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COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



Board of Higher Education 




Division of Immigration and Americanization 



FIFTY - FIFTH 



ANNUAL REPORT 



July 1, 1971 -June 30, 1972 



COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 



THE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

John Adam, Jr., Worcester - -Chairman 

H. Irving Grousbeck, Boston -Vice Chairman 



Robert E. Barrett, Jr., So, Hadley 
Robert D. Gordon, Boston 
Mrs. Norman R. Jacobsen, Arlington 
Mrs. Wm. R. Spaulding, Wakefield 
Mrs. Sol W. Weltman, Cambridge 



Dr. Charles J. Burton, Cambridge 
Dr. Gene P. Grillo, Bradford 
Malcolm Y. MacKinnon, Millis 
William 0. Taylor, Boston 



Patrick E. McCarthy, Chancellor 
MEMBERS OF ADVISORY COMMISSION TO BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 



Pres. Robert C. Wood, University 

of Massachusetts, Boston 
Pres, William G. Dwyer, Board of 

Regional Community Colleges, 

Boston 
Dr. William C. Gaige, Director 

of Research, Advisory Council 

on Education, Boston 
Pres. Everett V. Olsen, Lowell 

Technological Institute, Lowell 



Dr. Thomas J. Curtin, Commissioner 
of Education, Boston 

Pres, Glen W. Ferguson, Clark 
University, Worcester 

Pres. D. Justin McCarthy, 

Framingham State College, 
Framingham 

Pres* Donald J, Walker, South- 
eastern Massachusetts University, 
North Dartmouth 



BOSTON 
02108 



FALL RIVER 
02720 



LAWRENCE 
0181*0 



DIVISION OF IMMIGRATION AND AMERICA N^AnON 

HAIN OFFICE 
Room 208, Tremont Building 
73 Tremont Street 
Telephone: 227-0719 
Supervisor of Social Service 
Mrs, Teofilia K. Tattan 



51 Franklin Street 
Telephone: 672-7762 
District Imm. Agent 
Daniel J, Donahue 



BRANCH OFFICES 

SPRINGFIELD 

01103 



Rooms 308-309 Blakeley 

Building 

U77 Essex Street 

Telephone: 682-2877 

District Imm, Agent 

Andrew W. Ansara 



WORCESTER 
01608 



State Office Building 
23£ Chestnut Street 
Telephone: 73U-1018 
District Imm, Agent 
John A, Mclnnes 

Rooms U01-U02, Park 

Building 

^07 Main Street 

Telephone: 7S5-68l£ 

District Imm. Agent 

Edmund B. Meduski 



Publication #6U#, approved by Alfred C. Holland, State Purchasing Agent. 

(U5-300-11-72-CR) 



Report of the 
DIVISION OF IMMIGRATION AND AMERICANIZATION 

for the year 
July 1, 1971 to June 30, 1972, - 



The fifty-fifth year of service of the Division of Immigration and 
Americanization, ending June 30, 1972, recorded a total of 51,062 services 
rendered to 22,988 individuals. The total services were 100 or less than 
last year but there was an increase in services in the Boston office. 
Boston had 28, 965 -services to 10, Wl individuals - Fall River 5,266 to 
2,771* applicants - Lawrence 7591 to 3,971 persons - Springfield 3,630 

services to 2,1*70 individuals and Worcester 5,620 services to 3,326. The 
fulfillment of our functions "to bring into sympathetic and mutually 
helpful relations the Commonwealth and its residents of foreign origin, 
etc." brought persons with very various problems to the Division offices. 
Predominant were problems of immigration, reunion of family, as well as 
complicated matters of citizenship and assimilation of newcomers into 
new environment. 

Our program takes in many aspects of social work with knowledge of 
community resources and technicalities of Immigration and Naturalization 
laws and procedures. Assisting the newcomers in adjustment and assimi- 
lation, we have made referrals to schools, classes for English as well as 
for a number who sought higher education or vocational training resources. 
Social workers with knowledge of a foreign language are better able to 
understand the problems presented. Increase of our Spanish speaking 
clientele keeps busy our two Spanish speaking secretaries in interpre - 
tations and translations of documents, required in the work. 

About every phase of "immigrant status has come to our attention in 
assisting sponsors of aliens and the aliens themselves, who seek our help. 
Not only are we immmigration law consultants but as social workers have to 
be concerned and assist with solutions of many problems of assimilation 
and family situation. . 

Communities and Ethnic Groups 

Our five offices have clients from practically every town and city 
of the Commonwealth with the largest numbers serviced in the cities of 
location of our offices, Boston, Fall River, Lawrence, Springfield, 
and Worcester. , 

The largest group serviced were the Portuguese making up one tenth 
of the total services or 5*231; - Greek born 1*,068 - Italy 3,919 - Cubans - 
3,1*06, TJ. S. native 3,072 - Canada 2,9U6 - Poland 2,510 - Jamaica 2,360 - 
Ireland 2,121 - China 1,514.6 - Dominican Republic 1,5U* - Trinidad 1,219 
and Haiti 1,090. 



Immigrants and Problems 

The Act of October 3, 1965, eliminating quotas by national origin, 
established that 170,000 immigrants were permitted to come from Eastern 
Hemisphere and as of July 1, 1968, 120,000 from the Western Hemisphere. 
The vast difference, however, in allocation of priorities has created 
many problems for those in Western Hemisphere categories. 

Within the annual limit of 170,000, no more than 20,000 visas were 
available to any one country and no more than 200 visas to dependent areas, 
such as Cape Verde Islands under Portuguese quota and the several islands 
under British quota. Preferences in this category provided for reunion 
of families whether sponsor was citizen or legally resident alien, as well 
as other preferences for professional or skilled workers. 

We have assisted many recently arriving immigrants, sponsored by a 
citizen son or daughter, who had to leave behind an adult unmarried son 
or daughter. A number of these immigrants come to the office within a 
week of their entry to petition for approval of visa issuance. Because 
preference status may be accorded such unmarried adult children^ their 
emigration to the Ifoited States took only a matter of months. 

In the Western Hemisphere category, no preferences are allocated. 
Those first come are first recorded so that spouses of legally resident 
aliens, professionals, and skilled workers are recorded in turn when 
found qualified. As a result now the backlog waiting their turn to be 
reached in the quota is ovw sixteen months. Adult children of legally 
resident aliens, unlike in the Eastern Hemisphere, are subject to 
obtaining labor clearances in order to qualify for registration for 
issuance of visa. 

Spouses, parents, and minor children of United States citizens, 
however, are in the nonquota status, even if born in the Western 
Hemisphere. 

In a number of cases where the mother had come to work in the United 
States under a domestic live-in contract and now has established her own 
home, she had been able to have several children join her here but a son 
who had turned twenty-one in the meantime was subject to regulations 
requiring labor clearances which are not being issued now except in very 
few categories | and this family is separated. 

Legislation recommending preferential status for relatives in the 
Western Hemisphere, like those in the Eastern Hemisphere, has been 
introduced in Congress but no final action was taken on this or the many 
other bills introduced for enactment. 



ALIENS IN MASSACHUSETTS REGISTERED AS OF JANUARY 1., 1972 

GRAND TOTAL 188,011 

PERMANENT RESIDENTS 173.1*29 

OTHER THAN PERMANENT RESIDENTS 11*, 582 



Portugal 

Canada 

Italy 

United Kingdom 

Greece 

Poland 

China and Taiwan 

Cuba 

Poland 

Germany 

Jamaica 

India 

France 

Trinidad and Tobago 

Lithuania 

Haiti 

Philippines 

Netherlands 

Japan 

Brazil 

Dom» Rep« 

Barbados 

Lebanon 

U«S,S.R# 

Korea 

Honduras 

Turkey 

Finland 

Argentina 

Israel 

Sueden " 

Australia 

Norway 

Costa Rica 

Ecuador 

Latavia 

United Arab 

Iran 

Spain 

Mexico 

Syrian Arab Republic 

Austria 

Venezuela 

Switzerland 

Panama 

Guatemala 



1*3,893 

32,919 

18,11*7 

15,507 

9,362 

6,792 

1*,902 

U,707 

1*,676 

1*,306 

2,836 

2,502 

1,585 
1,581* 

1,1*37 
1,363 
1,315 
1,251* 
1,202 

1,191 
1,083 
1,060 

1,035 
1,015 
922 
920 
850 
81*7 
821 
757 
720 

671* 
583 
526 
U88 
1*87 
1*85 
1*81 
1*79 
1*1*1* 
1*1*2 
1*18 
1*37 
1*05 
381 
390 





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Albania 


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[ % £ Thailand :■; 




Czechoslovakia , 


338 


'■'"'. Yugoslavia 


297 


Denmark 


295 


Belgium 


. "28U 


Peru 


'258 


Hungary 


; •: ■•■■■ 2^0 


Pakistan 


2li5 


Jordan 


223 


Nigeria 


211 


Colombia 


203 


■ I So. Africa 


186 


New Zealand 


185 


Vietnam 


.",.. 168 


Romania 


Vl6l 


Chile 


;'i56 


Guyana 


,: 11*7 


Uruguay 


.133 


Iraq 


p.6 


Malaysia 


•:. 9h 


El Salvador 


■ I 61 


Liberia 


; :; & 


Ceylon 


67 


Nicaragua 


65 


Ghana 


63 


Indonesia 


63 


Iceland 


61 


Bolivia 


52 


Paraguay 


51 


Rkukyu Islands 


69 


Ethiopia 


68 


Cyprus 


66 


Kenya 


36 


Senegal 


36 


Bulgaria 


35 




TOTAL 186.122 



All Others Under 30 lid 



U.S. citizenship claimed lh9 

Stateless 2001 

Unknown 1338 



jffiAHD TOTAL 188,011 



Labor Clearances 



Because of the prevalent unemployment in our State and in the 
United states for the past year, it has been impossible for new immigrants 
without immediate family here to come to the., United States. The 
requirement of an approved labor clearance providing that the United 
States would admit aliens with skills of which there was a shortage here 
is not the situation now. Labor certifications have shown decrease of 
immigration from Canada, Central and South America. 

The increase in statistics of persons from the West Indies, Jamaica, 
Haiti, Trinidad, and the Dominican Republic initiated with the female 
household workers who came to the United States on a domestic live-in 
contract' are now able to make papers for children and spouses. 

Illegally Resident Aliens 

The subject of aliens illegally in the United States has been the 
study of immigration and judiciary committees in a major number of cities 
and resulted in introduction of legislation in efforts to stop this 
condition. 

Numerous times, the -situation has come to light that a visitor from 
one of the Caribbean or West Indian countries, having overstayed the time 
granted for his visit in the United States, now married to a citizen and 
perhaps having one child with another expected shortly, seeks our 
assistance. The U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service has been 
most considerate in putting such alien, 'hinder docket control" and 
granting him extension of stay while the process of qualifying for an 
immigrant visa at nearby Canada is worked out. Because of the many 
applicants at the consulates, it has taken months and months before an 
appointment is given the alien and he travels to Canada for a day or so 
to get his immigrant visa. 

A number of persons born in the Western Hemisphere, however, had to 
return to their native country for such application, not being spouses 
of citizens of the United States. Not many, but some have not accepted 
the first edict of the U. S. Immigration "to leave the United States 
voluntarily" and, subsequent hearings according them voluntary departure 
or "deportation", they departed but not with too many hopes of immediate 
return, until the labor situation has improved. 



The Fiancee Law 

The so-called fiancee law, permitting a citizen of the United States 
to make petition and have join him in the United States his fiancee whom 
he will marry within ninety days after her entry into the United States, 
still has benefited a number of veterans of Vietnam service who sent for 
their fiancees; a young lady who had her fiance come from England; several 
Greek born girls; and Cape Verde Islands applicants, both male and 
female. Several of the Vietnamese girls came with the children of the 



soldiers who after marriage could claim U. S. citizenship for their 
children, applying for certificates of citizenship. One Portuguese born 
young man decided he did not want to marry his fiancee and returned home, 
unwed. 

Change of Status in United States 

For 626 persons in the United States on temporary status, we initi- 
ated applications to change status to permanent residents; most of them 
had entered the United States as visitors having a citizen brother or 
sister who could make petition for them, establishing preference so that 
a quota number was available. A goodly number of them were Irish born. 
They were able to adjust to permanent residents after required procedures 
were completed. 

The availability of the nonpreference quota made it possible for 
some Greek born mothers, visiting alien children, to apply for such 
adjustment. 

Cuban born applicants for whom we initiated the applications were 
ii63, many of them with just the two years completed in the United States 
and others in this country since early arrival of 1962. Many realize the 
length of time required before their turns are reached for the estab- 
lishment of permanent residence and alien registration card issuance. 
For several applicants the delay in applying for residence proved costly 
because one with a responsible job requiring travel abroad could not 
fulfill this requirement without having residence and another - a teacher 
in public schools - could no longer be in status quo unless he had 
permanent residence status. 

Then there were some who had entered as visitors and now desired 
to change to students. For several denied initially, appeals had to 
be made. 

Our social workers attend hearings at the U. S. Immigration and 
Naturalization Service in cases where it is deemed necessary. Our workers 
attended 273 hearings with their clients last year. 

Cubans 

Under the alien registration law, in January, 1972, 1*707 Cubans 
registered in Massachusetts. Many now with the required years of 
permanent residence are applying for U. S. citizenship and we have 
assisted them in filling the applications. 

Now that flights bringing the Cubans from the island have ceased, 
many relatives of our applicants have gone to Spain in hopes of coming 
to the United States. Parents of permanently resident aliens as well as 
those in parolee status have been able to join their children in the 
United States on parolee or some even on permanent residence status. 
However, brothers, sisters, and other close relatives subject to regular 
immigration laws have been -unable to get on lists to await their turns in 



quota because of inability to get labor clearances in the United States. 
In one case, a sister, now a citizen of the United States, whose brother 
was registered as a skilled worker but is now subject to obtaining labor 
clearances, anxiously inquires regularly regarding any change in proposed 
immigration laws or the possible issuance of labor clearances. 

On the whole, the group of Cubans have successfully integrated, many 
able to be working at their vocations as professionals, accountants and 
teachers, office workers, etc. Some of the elderly are recipients of 
public welfare. They, like many new immigrants, are a most mobile group 
and changes of address are frequent, even moving to Florida and back to 
Massachusetts for gome. 

Newcomers 

We received 13,912 names of new immigrants destined to Massachusetts 
during the past year. The actual number is about 15,000 as it has - 
averaged at least during the past ten years, shown by the U. S. Immi- 
gration report of 1971. A total of 370,1*78 immigrants giving the State 
of their intended residence Massachusetts were admitted during that 
period. We rank s-i-jcth among ***? s-fcAtee aud totals for the past ten 
years show: 

1962-1971 1971 1970 1969 



New York 


816,363 


92,1*78 


97,821 


l!*,103 


California 


716, 713 


69,825 


71*, 268 


71,183 


New Jersey 


187, £31 


23,593 


23,699 


18,935 


Illinois 


189,861* 


23,251* 


20,910 


20,1*20 


Texas 


163,1*1*1 


20,210 


18,261* 


17,739 


Massachusetts 


151,971* 


15,760 


15,212 


19,01*3 


Florida 


205,389 


17,1*38 


13,902 


13,783 




1968 


1967 


1966 ■ 


1965-1962 


New York 


97,802 


86,351* 


77,279 


270,226 


California 


72,371 


69,150 


73,073 


286,81*3 


New Jersey 


27, 712 


18,801* 


17,667 


57,121 


Illinois 


21*, 901 


20,270 


18,158 


61,951 


Texas 


17,335 


11*, 31*9 


13, 71*2 


6 ? -802 


Massachusetts 


19,339 


"18,21*6 


15,120 


h9 3 2^h 


Florida 


69,586 


22,71*8 


11*, 028 


53,901* 



We continue to send a welcome letter to each adult new arrival, 
informing" him of our services and certain requirements under immigration 
laws. We had contact with 2,972 and inquiries were for information on 

schools for English and further education, draft board addresses and 
requirements, job opportunities, as well as matters of immigration and 
naturalization classification. 

f Lack of English plagues the new arrival and for many the first jobs 
' ' are those where minimal knowledge of English is required. Even with 
knowledge of English, some professionals as engineers, accountants, have 



accepted j*bs for which they were "over-qualified", pending better oppor- 
tunities. Two engineers claimed inability to get any jobs at which they 
could workj one went to Algeria and another returned to France, 

At the end of this report, we have noted the eities of destination 
of the 13,912 new immigrants* names we received for the year ending June 
30, 1972. 

. . ' ' We should mention Russian assurances made in English and Russian 
which we assist persons in doing to have relatives come from U. S. S. R., 
most of them for visits. Of the 85 made, we estimate about half the 
beneficiaries have been successful in getting permits to come to the 
United States. Three families arrived from Erevan via Italy and were 
admitted as refugees. 

Assurances in Polish with which we assisted 197 applicants have better 
success although for a number, the passport and permission to depart from 
Poland have been withheld - some for reasons of profession and reluctance 
of the Government to lose such skills. 

Getting Naturalized or Citizenship Proof 

In the past ten years, Ji2i,970 persons were naturalized in Massa- 
chusetts, 3228 the year ending -June 30, 1972. Those from Canada numbered 
ii27 ■» Italy 3^2 - Ireland 22*0 - United Kingdom 226 - Germany 177 - Greece 
170 - Cuba 166, Poland 119, etc. 

In our five offices, we filled 1729 applications for such naturali- 
zation, 67 applications for children of citizens applying for naturali- 
zation, and 2I4.5 applications to get proof of citizenship derived through 
parents were initiated. Most of the applicants have been processed as 
record of entry is on file, but for twenty persons the fact of residence 
had to be established by proof of continuous residence in the United States 
since 192lu In such instances, we write schools, employers, city clerks 
for listings to get proof of residence, etc. 

Applications for certificates of citizenship for a number of newly 
arrived citizens from Cape Verde Islands were initiated. In these 
instances, they were the children of a native born woman who had lived 
abroad since cnildhood but had rights of citizenship to give her children^ 
and they arrived in the United States on U, S. passports - American 
citizens with no knowledge of English. 

We distribute free our booklet "The Constitution of the United 
States of America and Questions and Answers in Preparation for Naturali- 
zation Examination". Our annual supply of 10,000 barely lasts the year as 
each applicant for citizenship at our offices is given one and we 
distribute them to classes and civic groups. 

Need for Legislation 

Except for a minor change in requirements of residence for citizens 
who derive such right through a parent, no immigration bills were enacted 
in Congress. Removing discriminatory aspects for relatives so that 
preferences may be accorded those in the Western Hemisphere should be 
of primary concern. 



Reports from Branch Offices 

FALL RIVER 

The Fall River Office completed the fiscal year July 1, 1971 to June 
30, 1972 with a total of 5,2£6 services rendered to 277U clients. These 
clients- are natives and citizens of fifty-two countries, coming from 
thirty-three separate localities in Southeastern Massachusetts, Heading 
the list of nationalities were natives of Portugal. Following this ethnic 
group were citizens of the United States; natives of the, Philippines; 
China; Canada; and Brazil in that order. These ethnic groups constituted 
the majority of the workload. 

Fall River and -New Bedford are the communities from which the 
majority of clients -sought services of this office. These are the 
largest cities in our District; the location of the office is in Fall 
River. We weekly visit Mew Bedford to provide services. 

The usual bulk of the- work is numerous inquiries concerning immi- 
gration; citizenship; newcomer problems; foreign students and visitors on 
temporary stay. Applications for temporary stay have increased over the 
past years due to more and more" relatives visiting their families who are 
now permanent resident aliens, having immigrated into this area over the 
past several years. 

The backlog of third preference applicants and the unavailability 
of labor certifications for sixth preference immigrants have decreased 
immigration somewhat in this category. 

Immigration of the family units is continuing due to the old influx 
of immigrants x*ho are now applying or have become United States citizens. 
These new citizens are now sending for their parents, married brothers 
and sisters and their children. 

Naturalization has increased and there were 297 applications 
completed at this office, fifty-one more than the previous fiscal year. 
Applications for adjustment of status have been relatively constant. 

Letters of welcome were sent new arrivals, informing them of the 
availability of services relative to citizenship; immigration; social 
security; draft registration and other problems concerning their assimi- 
lation in the United States. Letters with the names of applicants for 
United States citizenship were sent to the Directors of Adult Education 
in New Bedford and Fall River in order that they may assist the applicants 
and prepare them for naturalization examination. 

The Fiancee Act has fallen far below expectations. It was placed 
into effect to assist recently discharged servicemen and others to marry 
their fiance or fiancee within the ninety days after arrival. Very few 
persons in the Southeastern Massachusetts area have taken advantage of 
this Act. 

This Agency continues to enjoy the cooperation of municipal, county, 
state, federal and private agencies. 



LAWRENCE 

The Lawrence District Office completed the fiscal year ending June 
30. 1972 with a total of 7591 services rendered to 3971 clients. This is 
a decrease of 1*86 services as compared to the previous year. We feel this 
decrease is due to the severe limitations imposed on immigration by Labor 
Department restrictions, as well as the long waiting period involved in 
Western Hemisphere immigration. 

Practically the entire gamut of emotions was exhibited by our clients 
during the past year. Depending on the circumstances, they would express 
sadness, joy, humor, frustration, apprehension, anger, resignation or 
satisfaction. One of the saddest cases we had involved a teen-age boy 
brought to the United States by his parents for medical treatment. His 
illness was eventually diagnosed as malignant and he was given si^ontfas 
to live. His two sisters back home frantically tried to obtain temporary 
visas to visit their dying brother, but the Consul could ^ not issue ^ them 
visas because they were unable to prove compelling ties ^^j™ 11 .. 
country. Because of the compassionate factors involved, the Consul finally 
stated that he would issue them visas, provided $2000 in bonds were 
posted. Due, however, to t.b<= -hr^r-dons medical expenses for the boy, the 
family waa wiriM e to raise the money. Through the combined efforts of 
this office, the Lawrence office of the International Institute, the Red 
Cross, and the offices of Senators Kennedy and Brooke and Congressman 
l&rse, the Lawrence daily newspaper learned about the family 's plight. 
Within two days, a public appeal raised the money, not only for the bonds 
but for the girls* round-trip tickets as well. The Federal Immigration 
Office in Boston was most cooperative in cabling the Consul that the bonds 
had been posted. The Consul immediately sent an Embassy limousine to the 
girls* home to take them to th6 Embassy. They were issued visas then were 
driven to the airport by an finbassy chauffeur. They are now here and are 
visiting with their brother in his last days. 

Frustration was an emotion frequently exhibited by clients - especi- 
ally by those unable to bring prospective employees to this country 
because of the Labor Department restrictions, and by those with Western 
Hemisphere relatives who are experiencing Ife years* waiting period before 
their visa applications can be processed. Apprehension was evident in 
the minds of several of our clients, such as those nonimnrLgraats wondering 
if their extension requests would be granted. 

It is well known that there are numerous illegal aliens here. We 
frequently received calls from angry United States citizens, complaining 
that illegal aliens were taking away their jobs. Such calls, of course, 
were all referred to the Federal Immigration Service in Boston. 

Many aliens attempting to adjust their status to permanent residence 
finally realized that there was no section of the law under which they 
could qualify. They became resigned to this fact and sadly returned to 
their own countries. On the ather hand, successfully completing the cases 
of the persons we were able to assist gave us a feeling of satisfaction 
in accomplishment. 



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In the course of serving our clients, much effort has to be 
expended in their behalf. We must always be certain that the technical 
"advice is correct, will best serve the client and will not contravene 
the immigration laws and regulations. We must be careful that we do not 
appear to be assuming the role of the U. S. Immigration and Naturalization 
Service, since clients sometimes mistake us to be a Federal office. We 
hapten to inform them that we are a State service agency and our function 
is to assist them with their problems. 

The various public and private agencies we must contact in behalf 
of -our clients continue to be most cooperative, especially the Federal 
Immigration office in Boston and the U. S. Consuls abroad. Translation 
of clients 1 documents from French, German, Arabic, and Italian continues 
at a brisk pace. Clients who have problems in matters other than immi- 
gration or citizenship are referred to appropriate resources for 
assistance. We are continuing to benefit from the part-time services of 
employees provided by the Neighborhood Youth Corps of Lawrence. 

The Lawrence office is a busy office but we do not feel overworked. 
The reason? We like people and enjoy serving them. 



SPRINGFIELD 

A total of 3630 recorded services were performed at Springfield for 
2ii70 residents of the area served by this office. Persons came to us 
from i;6 localities. In addition we had contact with individuals - former 
residents of our district whom we had reached upon their entry to the 
United States. These individuals reside in 5U localities throughout the 
country. 

Of the 7U nationalities recorded, natives of Jamaica topped the list- 
followed by natives of Canada, tfaited States, Italy, Greece, Poland, 
England, Portugal, Germany, and Korea. It must be noted that, since the 
Act of October 3> 1965, no longer do immigrants from the United Kingdom, 
Germany, and other countries of Northern and Western Europe appear as 
leaders. 

One of the major functions of our entire department is to welcome to 
the United States and to our State particularly all persons admitted as 
immigrants. This past year 529 letters were sent to adults destined to 
reside in the four western counties of the State. Fifty-six of them were 
destined to Berkshire, 7 to Franklin, h39 to Hampden, and 27 to Hampshire 
Counties. Many accepted the invitation extended them by either writing 
or appearing at the office, seeking advice and assistance through the 
several services offered them. 

The major portion of our work during the past year centered about the 
subject of Immigration. Interpreting the present law is not only time- 
consuming but very difficult. At times it is almost impossible to 
convince some citizens of northern and western Europe and natives of most 
independent countries of the Western Hemisphere that the requirements and 



procedures have greatly changed since they came to this country. To many 
the present law appears to be unfair because it not only has numerically 
restricted people but has placed a more rigid requirement on persons who 
must obtain job certifications. Looking on the brighter side of the 
subject, the Fiance-Fiancee Act has been b€R§fie£al to some of our disfffcs* 
especially to those past and present members of our Armed Services who. had 
served in Vietnam, now anxious to have their spouses and children born rut 
of wedlock join them in the United States. 

An unusual case pertaining to citizenship required our special 
attention. It concerned a gentleman, 30 years of age, born in Canada, 
who applied for a certificate to prove that he was a United States citisren. 
During the course of events, the United States Immigration and Naturali- 
zation Service determined that, because of insufficient evidence snd 
incomplete cooperation of his father, he was unable to establish his 
claim to citizenship and that, becanse there was no r«c*rd of his entry 
to the United States, he was considered to be illegally in the country. 
He was referred to us for the purpose of assistance in making the necess- 
ary arrangements to obtain an immigrant visa. His claim to citizenship 
was based on the fact that his father was also born in Canada of a father 
born in the United States. Our applicant could not prove that his father 
had the required residence in the United States before he was born. We 
began handling this case on November 1, 1971 and brought it to a 
conclusion May 2i;, 1972 when arrangements were made for hira to appear 
on that date before the American Consul at Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Many public and private agencies, schools, colleges, travel agencies, 
Armed Forces Recruiting Offices, and the United States Air Force Base 
constantly contact us for technical information and advice on citizenship 
and immigration. 

We are pleased to express our thanks to both local and Boston offices 
of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service for their 
full cooperation which is indeed beneficial to our clients. 

WORCESTER 

Non-immigrants, namely, the ones in the following categories: 
visitors, students, exchange visitors, temporary workers or trainees 
requested our advisory and form-filling functions more so than in other 
years. Assisting these persons, as well as numerous citizens and permanent 
resident aliens, accounts for the conglomeration of £620 services for 
3326 clients. 

We ! ve had more tourists from the Iron Curtain countries such as 
Poland, Lithuania, and Armenia but the sponsors have to complete special 
forms as the Polish or the Russian Assurance, The latter one requires 
us to mail it to Boston for the Russian wording and the Secretary of 
State Seal, and then to Washington, D. C. for the impressive looking 
U, S, Department of State Seal. The prospective visitor then deals with 
his own government for a passport and with the United States Embassy for 
a visitor *s visa. 



The Spanish speaking population in the city has increased consid- 
erably 5 therefore, we've had more friends and relatives visiting from 
the South American countries, Mexico and the Caribbean. We complete 
visitor affidavit of support forms for most of them. 

The tourists enjoy their visits^ therefore, we complete extension 
of stay applications for them to request up to six months T additional 
time. Students require an extension form each year for as many years 
as they pursue a full program. 

As to be expected, the non-immigrants who like our way of life apply 
for permanent residence on the basis of employment certification or by 
marriage to a citizen or to a permanent resident alien. This,- of course, 
necessitates several more forms for each individual plus time-consuming 
explanations of regulations, technicalities, and documentation involved. 

After becoming permanent residents, our clients file for 
Declarations of Intention, and United States citizenship when they have 
the necessary years 1 residence, also sponsoring relatives or friends. 

As may be deduced, it is quite a task to follow these procedural 
steps and forms, also explaining them to the individuals concerned. 
Scanning the Statistical Detail sheet gives further testimony to the 
various types and quantity of our endeavors* 



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STATISTICAL DETAIL 
Services Given 



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■-"*-• ■*-. -■-.., . Mj^ , . 

INFORMAT ION - ■ ; - : 

Booklets f Forms 

Citizenship-' -- 

Immigration^ 

Travel 
. Other! 



FORMS FILLED - 

' Change of Address. (AM-1 

' Biographic Date (DSP-10) 

Visa Reg. (FS-U97 & U9?A)L 

Imm Visa Application (FS-JlO) 

Representative Reg (G-28) 

Alien Registration (1-53 ) 

Dup Alien Reg Card (l-90)_ 

Pet. to Classify Status of 
'•>.'• Fiancee (1-12 9F) 

Relative Petition (1-130) 

Reentry Permit (1-131) 

Skilled Labor Pet (i-lUO) 

Foreign Police Clear. )I-UoU 

Registry for Citiz. (I-U85) 

Perm Res (Section 2U5) 

(I-U85) 
Cuban Adjustment (l3+85A)_ 
Temp. Change of Status (I-I4.O6) 
Ext. Visitor Stay (1-539) 
Veri. of Legal Entry (1-550) 
Refugee-Escapee Ass. (I-59D 
Pet. Under Orphan Act (1-600) 
Other Immigration Forms _ , 
Decl. of Intention (N-300)^ 
Pet. for Naturalization (N-UOOj 923 

Pet. Nat'l of Child (N-fc02)_ 29 

Veri. of Military Service (K-U2 6) 3B 

Duplicate Certificate (H-565) ^k 

Info, from Records (W-585) 
Deriv. Cert. Appli. (H-600)_ 
Other Naturalization Forms_ 



OFFICE - All Offices 



686 



•1911 12,793, 
-"TeT 260 




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EXECUTION OF AFFIDAVITS 
Affidavit of Support 

Affidavit of Facts 

Certificate of Identity^ 
U.S.S.R. Russian Assurance 
Polish Assurance 
Cuban Assurance^ 
Other Notarial 




Biographic Inf. (G-325-32W „ ,., ±66 3 

Military Biographic (G-325B); — M 

Labor Clearance MA7-50 A & B 



OTflER SERVICES 



Change of Status 

Appearance at Hearings 
Interpretation & T^ans. 
Letters ""■'-. ■'' , - "" - 
Others - 



NEWCOMER INTERVIEWS^ 



1776 



17 ^ oft£ ^89 12»U8$ 
-% 60 llEf 

273 




£77 



117 2S0 2^2 2972 



TOTAL 28,965 

vTZTTZr Y^-r 7/1/71-6/30/72 



5,256 7,591 3,630 5,620 51,062 



1 



BOSTON 



. SPRING 

fall river Laurence field 



GRGESTER - total 



ETHNIC AND NATIONALITY STATISTICS 



1. 
2. 
3. 



Albania 
Algeria 
Antigua 



h . Arabia 



• 



5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
lit. 
15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 

19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 

m. 

25. 

•26. 

27. 
28.. 

29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
3k. 
35. 
36. 

37. 
38. 

39. 
UO. 

la. 

U2. 
U3. 

Ur. 

1*5. 
U6. 

k7. 
U8. 

U9. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
5U. 



Argentina_ 

Armenia 

Australia_ 
Austrai 



Bahama s^ 

Barbados 

Belgium 

Bermuda^ 

Bolivia 

Brazil 



Br. Guiana 

Bulgaria 

Canada ^^ 

Ceylon * 

Chile 

China 

Colombia __ 
Congo 



Costa Rica 

Cuba _ 

Cyprus 

Czech • 
Denmark 



Dom. Rep. _ 
Ecuador -V- 



EL" Salvador. 

Egypt ■••' 

England 

Estonia 
Finlam d : 
Formosa 
France 

Germany 

Ghana — __ 

Greece 

Guatemala 
Haiti 



Honduras 
Hong Kong" 
Hungary _ 
Iceland 
India "" 
Indonesia 

Iran " 

Iraq 

Ireland 

Israe l 
Italy "" 
Jamaica _ 
Japan. 



£2 



37 



"23IT 



31 



13 



15 

TS" 



"I 



U2 



22 



150 



9 



"5Tf 



128 



"II5F 



7Uh 



1 



2287 



2 

"3F 



29 



198 



133- 
l5T" 



393- 



29 . 



IT 



135 
"208" 



"2U90" 



327 



1070 



W 



79 

T 



2H2 



T 



27 
IT 



iBgr 



"ST 



2300 



_jloL 



33 



72 



13 



li 



15 



13 



¥ 



w 



89 



W 



117 



tout 



w 



30 



199 



99 



19 



IT 



3 
12* 



IS" 



1 



16 

la 



29 



"SST 



36 



79 



T 



T 



1001 



5 



175 



16 



31 



30 



Z 73 



101 



3 

ToT 



"So 



17 



71 



89 



■lih 



16- 



W 



W 



W 



T 



TT 



2? 

"T 



29 



218 



33 



12 



13 



32 
T 



10 



20 



To 



70 



7 

"ST 



7 
355 



_ 3 ___ 
__3 



2JL 



311 



38ZI 
-_32 



71 



2h 



82 



"2F 



13 



11 



13 



502 



2 

TB~ 



52 



87 



173 



"Si 



12 



25 



TU6 



21 



10 



m 



126 



35 



19JT 



"S" 



ar 



117 



11 
"SSS" 



8U 



a 



132 



39 



30U 



187 



Uo 



U6 



31 



780 



29 



53 



27 



337 



22 



11 



29U6 



10 



183 

T5E5" 



937 



U51 
"3U06 



T2S 



~5 " ~W 
15 I5ET 



U01 



167 
22U 



"B7T 



52 




608 



23 



To3 CoSs" 



395 



1090 
~?9o~ 



131 



119 



10 
T 



756 



32 



113 

"SB" 



2121 

~96" 



3919 



2360 



195 



SPRING 
BOSTON FALL RIVER LAIT^NCE FIELD 



WORCESTER TOTAL 



5$. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
$9. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 
6k. 
65. 
66. 

67. 
68. 

69. 
70. 

71. 
72. 

73. 
7U- 

75. 
76. 

77. 

78. 

79. 
80. 
81. 
82. 
83. 
8U. 
85. 
86. 

87. 
88. 

89. 
90. 
91. 
92. 
93. 
9h. 
9$. 
96. 
97. 
98. 
99. 
100. 

101. 

102. 



Jordan 

Ken ja__ 

Korea 

Latvia 

Lebanon 

Liberia 

Libya 




Lithuania 
Macau 
Mala37-a 
Manchuria 
Mexico 
MDntserrat 
Morocco 
Netherlands 
New Zealand 
Nicaragua 
Norway- 
Other Countries 
Pakistan 
Palestine 
Panama 
Paraguay 
Peru 

Philippines 
Poland 
Portugal 
Puerto Rico 
Rumania 
Scotland 
So Africa 
Spain 
St. Lucia 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
Syria 
Thailand 
Trinidad 
Turkey 
Ukraine 



U. o . o .i*-. 


179 


mm 


37 


35 


3« 


2oy 


Uruguay 


188 


- 


i 


390 


1 
737 


19h 


United States 


1379 


376 


190 


3072 


Venezuela 


78 


3 


22 


8 


21 


132 


Vietnam 


20 


15 


7 


13 


h 


59 


Wales 


1 


- 


1 


k 


7 


6 


West Indies 


313 


17 


11 


~ "3W 


Yugoslavia 


116 


- 


2? 


9 


55 


205 



TOTAL 



28,965 



5,256 



7,591 3,630 



5,620 51,062 





- BOSTON ■ FALL RIVER LA..TffiHCE 

LOCALITIES 


SPRING' 
FIELD 


WORCESTER 
OFFICES - 


TOTAL 


Fiscal Year 


7/1/71 - 6/30 72 "" ~ 
30 


ALL OFFICES 


Abington 




30 


Acton 


30 


- 




30 


Acushnet 


Uo 


- 




Uo 


Adams 


3 


7 


- 


10 


Agawam 


_ _ — 


97 


- 


97 


Amesbury 


7-2 


. - 


- 


9 


Amherst 


3 " 


"58 


2 


63 


Andover 


26 - 137 


- 


- 


163 


Arlington 


205 - 2U 
2 


— 


- 


229 


Ashburnham 




1 


3 


Ashland 


2 


- 


- 


2 


Athol 




- 


2 


2 


Attleboro 


20 hi 


- 


~5Q 


135 


Avon 


Ik ' - 2 


- 




IS 


Ayer "■ 


36 - h 




u6 


86 


Barnstable 


h6 10 


. i .- .. 




56 


Barre- 


- — - 


- 


U6 


U6 


Bedford- 


31;'. * * ". - 7 


- 


- 


la 


Bel chert orm 


- • ■" - - - 


9 


- 


9 


Belllngham 


ill 


- 




lit 


Belmont ' ■ 


260 ■' ;'- 9 


- 




269 


Berlin- • - 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Beverly 


67 - -1 


- 


- 


68 


Billerica 


59 - - 37 




3 


96 


Bolton ■ 


— ' _ — 


3 


Boston 


15,751 11 U3 


1 


1 


15,807 


Bourne 


1U iu 


- 


- 


28 


Boxford 


h - 6 


- 


- 


10 


Boylston 


1 


- 


uu 


15 


Braintree 


57-2 


■- - 




59" 


Brewster 


3 


- 


- 


3 


Bridgewater 


16 h 


- 


- 


20 


Brimfield 


1 


2 


. - 


3 


Brockton 


321 6 


- 


- 


327 


Brookf ield 


2 - h 


— 


U8 


5U 


Brookline 


6U0 


- 


- 


61;0 


Burlington 


• 6U - 1 




- 


65 


Cambridge 


1951 1 3 


• 


.... ..1 


1956 


Canton 
Carlisle . 


........ 36- 

1 


— 




36 
1 


Carver 


11 


- 


..— 


11 


Chatham . 


^ • ,V -W-i. • '» £ — •— 


- 


- 


2 


Chelmsford 


5 - 122 


- 


- 


127 



BOSTON 



FALL RIVER LA REMCE 



SPRIG 
FIELD ; 



WORCESTER TOTAL 



Chelsea 



389 



39U 



Cheshire 


1 


M» 


- 


mm 


im 


1 


Chester 


- 


- 


- 


1 


'-' 


1 


Chic ope e 


17 


- 


- 


392 


- 


U09 


Clinton 


7 


- 


- 


- 


Ill 


118 


Cohasset 


1U 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1U " 


Concord 


39 


- 


1 


- 


- 


ho 


Conway 


- 


- 


- 


10 


M 


10 


Danvers . 


Ill 










111 


Dartmouth 


3 


102 


- 


- 


I 


105 


Dedham 


ioii 


— 


- 


lOli 


Deerfield 


17 


— 


- 


21 


Dennis 


17 


1 


- 


- 


mm 


18 


Dighton 


2 


6 


- 


- 


- 


8 " 


Douglas 


2 


— 




- 


ill 


hi 


Dover 


2li 

2 




- 


- 


- 


2U 


Dracut 


78 


- 


- 


80 


Dudley 


13 


— 


- 


_ 




13 


Duxbury 


1 


■f 


1 


- 


1U3 


1US 


E. Brookfield 










1U 


1U 


E. Longmeadow 


- 


■■ 


- 


20 


- 


20 


Easthampton 


lb 


- 


- 


13 


1 


^ 


Easton 


- 


— 


- 


18 


Essex 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Everett 


272 


- 


- 


- 


- 


272 


Fairhaven 




131 








131 


Fall River 


22 


2998 


- 


«■ 


Sim 


3020 


Fitchburg 


5 


- 


- 


- 


5> 


tf 


Foxboro 


27 


- 


- 


— 


mm 


27 


Framingham 


178 


— 


11 


— 


17 


206 


Franklin 


25 


- 


- 


25 


Freetown 


7 


12 


- 


- 


mi 


12 


Gardner 






6 


73 


86 


Gloucester 


219 


- 


2 


— 


221 


Grafton 


- 


- 


- 


a. 


116 


116 


Granby 


- 


- 


- 


30 


30 


G.Barrington 
Greenfield 


2 


«, 


-■ 


h 
1 


mm 


' 6 " 
7 


Groton 


3 


- 


- 


— 


mm 


3 


Groveland 


— 


- 


h 


- 


mm 


h 


Halifax 


h 






vO* 




h 


Hamilton 


lit 


- 


- 


mm 


mm 


1U 


Hampden 


- 








mm 














sassmmssKS^mmmm^ 


I2ss3Hnj£Kll£S 



Hanover 


BOSTOB 
2 


FALL RIVER 


LAVREiOT 


SPRE-IG 
FIELD 


WORCESTER 


TOTAL 
2 


Hanson 


7 


_ 


— '~ 


- 


- 


7 


Harwick 


- 


— 


_ - •• 


- 


6 


6 


Harvard 


1 


_ 


5 


- 


10 


16 


Haverhill 


20 


■■ 


U26 


— 


- 


UU6 


Hingham 


35 


_ 


_ 


- 


„- 


35 


Holbrook 


13 


mm 


mm 


- 


- 


13 


Holden . 


1 


— 


— 


- 


78 


79 


Holliston 


22 


mm 


— 


- 


mmW 


22 


Holyoke 


3 


— 


- 


178 


mm 


181 


Hoped ale 


12 


m. 


* — 


- 


- 


12 


Hopkinton 


h 


- 


- 


- 


26 


30 


Hubbardston 


— 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


Hudson 


23 


- 


- 


- 


U6 


69 


Hull 


l£L 


- 


- 


2 




"To" 


Huntington 


— 


- 


• 


2 


-■ . 




- 


3 








Ipswich 


10 


13 


Kingston 


5 










5 


Lancaster 


7 




7 




159 


173 


Lawrence 


51 


- 


3779 


- 


2 


3832 


Lee 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


5 


Leicester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


61 


61 


Leominster 


h 


- 


- 


- 


U9 


53 


Lincoln 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Littleton 


5 


- 


6 


M 


h 


15 


Lexington 


67 


- 


2 


- 


- 


69 


Longmeadow 


1 


- 


- 


80 


- 


81 


Lowell 


82 
8 


mm 


1901 


- 


tmt 


1983 


Ludlow 


- 


107 


- 


115 


Lynn 


575 
27 




7 


- 


- 


582 


Lynnfield 


- 


- 


- 


27 


Maiden 


303 










303 


Manchester 


U 


" 


h 


- 


- 


8 '"" 


Mansfield 


7 


5 


- 


- 


— 


12 


Marblehead 


2U 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2li 


Marion 


1 


15 


- 


- 


16 


Marlborough 


ia 


- 


- 


- 


U3 


81" ~~ 


Marshfield 


22 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


23 


Matta poise tt 


1 


1 


- 


- 


m. 


2 


Maynard 


20 


*» 


- 


- 


M 


20 


Medfield 


26 


- 


- 


— 


m. 


26 


Medford 


308 


- 


6 


- 


1 


315 


Medway 


m 


- 


- 


— 


mm 


III ~ 


Melrose 


1*7 


— 


h 


- 


- 


51 



Merriinac 


BOSTON 

1 


FALL RIVER 


LAI'iBENCE 
32 


SPRING 
FIELD 


WORCESTER 


TOTAL 
33 


Methuen - 


2 


- 


378 


- 


- 


380 


Middleborough . 


«» 


• 10 




- 


- 


10 


Middleton 


2 




- ■-* 


- 


- 


2 


Milford 


37 


• . - f 


- 


- 


97 


13b 


Millbury 


~- -. . ***•» 


— 


m 


- 


71 


71 


Millis 


1 


- 




— 


- 


1 


Millville 


- 




. 


- 


1 


1 


Milton 


15 


"'" "~" — 




— 


- 


15 


Mbnson 


- 


tm 


- 


- 


- 


5 " 


Montague 


3 


- 


- 


U 


- 


7 


Nahanfc 


1 








M 


1 


Nantucket 


1 


— 




- 


- 


1 


Natick 


65 


- 


m. 


- 


- 


65 


Needham 


61 


• 


- 


m 


- 


61 


New Ashf ord 


67 


- 


. - 


- 


- 


67 - 


New Bedford 


1321 


MM 


- 


1 


1322 


Newburyport 


12 


M 


11 


- 


- 


23 


Newton 


607 


- 


- 


- 


- 


607 


Norfolk 


1 


- 


• 


- 


, - 


1 


Wo. Andover 


10 


- 


" 76-. 


- 


- 


8b 


No. Attleboro 


11 


3 


M, 


*p. 


- 


lit 1 


No. Broqkfield 






- 


- 


26 


26 I 


No. Reading 


lb 
1 


- 


12 


- . 


- 


26 


Northampton 


- 


- — 


5U 


- 


55 


Northborough 


- 


- 


- 


mm 


110 


110 


Northbridge 


■v ...,J 


- 


...... . 


- 


31* 


3k 


Northfield 


-. 


«. 


5 


- 


5 


Norton 


3 


— 


■ «. . 


*■ 


_ 


3 


Norwell 


11 


M 


Ml 


— 




11 


Norwood 


181 


*•■: 


- 


- 


- 


181 


Oakham 


• 




( ; 


3 


3 


Orange 

Orleans 

Oxford 


2 


- 


- 


2 


1* 


19 


3 


- 


- 


- 




3 


Palmer 


.. 






19 


iai 


lib 

19 


Paxton 


•• 


- 


— 


«• 


28 


28 


Peabody 


30b 


- 


19 


323 


Pelham 


1 


- 


1 


— 


— 


2 


Pembroke 
Pepperell 
Petersham 
Pittsf ield 
Plymouth 


5 

1 

"" ' 18 


5 ■ 


3 
1 


1* - 


3 


5 


Plympton 

Princeton 

Provincetoxm 


h 

1 




•H 


mm 


H» 


2b 

"It 
13 - 

. 1 - 



225221 fl&i Lte^HCE mnr Worcester total 



Quincy UOO 



UOO 




Randolph 

Rayham 

Reading 

Rehoboth 

Revere 

Rockland 

Rutland 



Salem 

Salisbury^ 

Sandisfield 

Sandwich 

Saugus 

Scituate 

Seekonk 

Sharon 

Sheffield 

Shelburne 

Sherborn 

Shirley, 

Shrewsbury 

Somerset 

Somerville 

South Hadley 

Southampton 

Southborough 

Southbridge 

Southwick 

Spencer 

Springfield 

Sterling 

Stockbridge 

Stoneham 

Stoughton 

Stow 

Sturbridge 
Sudbury 
Sutton__ 
Swamps cott 
Swansea 



Taunton 27 130 

Templeton - - 



Tewksbury 13 

Tisbury 1_ 

Topsfield_ 2_ 

Towns end 



157 



i 1 

?8 - - - g 






Tyingsborough - • • 12 12 



"BOS Tax! 



SPRING 
FALL RIVER LAWREi'iCE FIELD 



"■ ■ -••- , . . .. „ . 



WORCESTER TOTAL 



Upton - 
Hxbridge 



10 



10 



$2 






-- ■ ■ ~ * t.' 



Wakefield 

.Walpole 

Waltham 

Ware 



~ . . 



.- 



Wareham 
-Warren^ 
• Watertown 
Wayland_ 
-Webster - 

- -Velle'sle^ 
■Wellfleet_ 

- W« Boylston 

• -W» -Springfield 

- Westborough 

- Westf ield 
— Westf ord 

- Weston 
•Westport 

• WestWood 

- Wenham^ 
Weymouth 
Whatel^ 
Wilbraham 

* WilHamstown 
Wilmington. 

-Winchester 

• Winthrop 
. Woburn_ 
-Worcester 
.^Worthington 
,..., v<rentham 




Yarmouth 



Out QT State 



17 



363 



8 



151 



rr£k 



2L 

569 



TOTAL 



- .,28,965 



5,256 



7,551 3,630 



5,620 51,062 



■ ■. . 



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- , - 



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.->r->.-- «. Ml; _* ■ .'. 



NATIONALITIES OF IltrtlGRANTS TO MASSACHUSETTS 





JULY 1, 1971 


- JUNE 30, 1972 




Portugal 


3539 


Mexico 


35 


Italy 


1781 


Netherlands 


33 


Greece 


1125 


Iraq 


28 


Canada 


866 


Peru 


26 


Jamaica 


622 


Iran 


26 


England 


562 


Russia 


25 


China 


U83 


El Salvador 


2k 


India 


bPS 


Finland 


2k 


Haiti 


371 


Israel 


2k 


Trinidad 


311 


Czechoslovakis 


22 


Colombia 


252 


New Zealand 


22 


Ireland 


215 


Sweden 


21 


Germany 


202 


Jordan 


20 


Dom Rep 


200 


Venezuela 


20 


Philippines 


187 


Chile 


17 


Korea 


186 


Yugoslavia 


17 


Barbados 


178 


Austria 


16 


Poland 


153 


Hungary 


15 


Lebanon 


107 


Belgium 


12 


Honduras 


106 


Nicaragua 


11 


Hong Kong 


106 


Bolivia 


11 


Cuba 


98 


Romania 


10 


Brazil 


87 


Denmark 


10 


Thailand 


86 


Nigeria 


9 


Turkey 


83 


Paraguay 


9 


Ecuador 


81 


Wales 


8 


Japan 


80 


Antigua 


8 


Syria 


19 


Bermuda 


8 


Egypt 


76 


Indonesia 


8 


France 


70 


Lithuania 


7 


Argentina 


66 


Albania 


6 


Spain 


& 


Algeria 


6 


Costa Rica 


57 


Norway 


6 


Montserrat 


56 


Taiwan 


6 


Guatemala 


$k 


Tunisia 


6 


West Indies 


52 


"Morocco 


6 


Scotland 


51 


Uruguay 


6 


Pakistan 


5o 


Bahamas 


5 


Australia 


U6 


Palestine 


5 


So Africa 


U3 


Iceland 


k 


Vietnam 


U2 


Singapore 


k 


Switzerland 


I|0 


Kenya 


3 


Panama 


38 


Rhodesia 


2 


Guyana 


37 


Bulgaria 


2 






Liberia 


1 



TOTAL 



13,981 






; 

-- 

»■ 






■'■ . 



E 



. . ■ ■ 






:■■ •' 



' : r 



■ ,' 



IMMiDSRANTS AflRJVIHO 

■ ■— m ~t- nwn Tr m- T n i r ii ■ wmn 

IN MASSACHUSETTS 
JULY 1, 1971 - JUHE 30, 1972 

POINTS OF DESTINATION AND NATIONALITX 



pa(£ i 



ACT® 



Australia 


1 


Austria 


1 


Brazil 


1 


Canada 


1 


China , 


1 


Czechoslovakia 


1 


England — 


3 


Finland 


3 


Iran 


2 


Jamaica 


1 


Korea 


1 


Mexico 


2 


Scotland 


1 


Spain 


1 


TOTAL * • " 


20 


ABBIGTOH ? 




Ireland 


1 


Italy 


1 


Greece 


1 


Spain 


1 


TOTAL 


h 


ACUSHMET 




France 


l 


Korea 


i 


Portugal 


12 


TOTAL 


III 



AGAWAN 



ADAMS 
England 
Poland 
TOTAL 



1 
1 



India 


2 


Italy 


1 


Germany 


2 


Greece 


2 


Jamaica 


1 


Korea 


2 . 


Nicaragua 


1 


New Zealand 


1 


Poland 


1 


TOTAL 


13 



AMHERST 



Australia 


2 


Brazil 


1 


Canada 


7 


China 


7 


Denmark 


1 


England 


U 


France 


l 


Germany 


l 


Guyana 


2 


India 


6 


Jamaica 


1 


Jordan 


1 


Korea 


2 


Lithuania 


1 


Pakistan 


1 


Taiwan 


1 


Turkey 


1 


Venezuela 


1 


TOTAL ; 


ill 


AtipSBPRY 




pni-Lippines 


1 



Page 2 



ANDOVER 




Brazil 


1 


Canada 


3 


China 


3 


Colombia 


■ 1 - 


Ecuador 


• 1 


England 


5 


Germany 


2 


Greece 


2 


India 


h 


Italy 


k 


Jamaica 


1 


Korea 


1 


Lebanon 


2 


Pakistan 


2 


Philippines 


1 


Scotland 


1 


So Africa 


1 


Switzerland 


1 


Vietnam 


1 


France 


1 


TOTAL 


3« 


ARLINGTON 




Austria 


1 


Brazil - 


1 


bulgaria 


2 


Canada 


7 


China 


1 


Colombia 


1 


Egypt 


h 


England 


8 


Prance 


6 


Germany 


h 


Greece 


21 


Haiti 


2 


India 


6 


Italy 


9 


Jamaica 


2 


Korea 


2 


Lebanon 


h 


Pakistan 


2 


Panama 


1 


Poland 


1 


Portugal 


17 " 


Peru 


2 


Scotland 


2 


Syria 


2 


Turkey 


3 


Russia 


1 


TOTAL 


112 



ASHLAND 



Canada 


2 


Germany 


1- 


Poland 


1 


TOTAL 


k 


ASI-EBY 




Finland 


h 


Germany 


1 


Thailand ... 


1 


TOTAL 


6 


ATTLEBORO 


-' 


Canada 


9 


Greece 


k 


Guatemala 


1 


Italy 


5 


Jamaica 


1 


Philippines 


1 


Portugal 


16 


Scotland 


2 


Thailand 


1 


Wales 


1 


total 


ill 



AIBUffN 

Australia 

Canada 

Philippines 

TOTAL 



AVON 

China 

Italy 

Jamaica 

TOTAL 



1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 



Page 3 



ABSg 




BEDFORD 






Australia 


k 


England 


2 




Canada 


2 


Greece 


2 




China 


3 


Ireland 


1 




Colombia 


1 


Japan 


1 




Germany 


6 


Korea 


2 




Ireland 


1 


Lebanon 


1 




Koeea 


1 


Panama 


1 




Japan 


2 

5 


Vietnam 


1 




Panama 


TOTAL 


11 




Thailand 


1 








TOTAL 


2o 


BELCHERTCKN 
Brazil 


2 




BARNSTABLE 


18 


Canada 
TOTiiL 


1 




Canada 


3 




Colombia 


2 








China 


1 








Czechoslovakia 


1 








England 


8 


BELLBIGHAH 






France 


3 


Ireland 


1 




Germany 


1 








Greece 


7 








Ireland 


1 








Jamaica 


3 


BELMGKT 






Japan 


2 


Australia 


1 




Philippines 


2 


Austria 


1 




Portugal 


6 


Brazil 


2 




Switzerland 


1 


Canada 


6 




Turkey 


1 


Sosta Rica 


1 




Venezuela 


1 


Chile 


1 




Vietnam 


2 


Czechoslovakia 


h 




West Indies 


1 


Egypt 
France 


1 
2 




TOTAL 


61 








Germany 


2 








Greece 


S 








Haiti 


1 




BARHE 




India 


$ 




EngLand 


3 


Iran 


2 




Canada 


k 


Ireland 


1 




Italy 


2 


Israel 


2 




Scotland 


2 


Italy 


Uh 




Thailand 


1 


Jamaica 
Jordan 


3 

1 




TOTAL 


12 








Korea 


2 








Nigeria 


h 




BARRBTGTON 




Pakistan 


1 




Cuba 


2 


Palestine 


1 




Ecuador 


3 


Philippines 


1 




Ireland 


1 


S^-eden 


2 




Spain 


1 


Syria 
Turkey 


6 

1 




TOTAL 


7 








¥. I n dies 


2 






TOTAL 


105 





Page h 



BERLIF 


j 


Canada 


1 


England 


5 


Portugal 


l 


TOTAL . 


7 


BERNARDTOW 




England 


1 


Germany 


1 


TOTAL 


2 


BEVERLY 




Argentina 


1 


Canada 


6 


China 


1 


Egypt- 


1 


England 


2 


Guatemala 


2 : 


Italy. 


11 


Japan 


1 


Korea 


3 


Pakistan 


1 


Portugal 


1 


Philippines 


2 


Scotland 


1 


Venezuela 


1 


TOTAL •■ 


3U 


BILLERICA 




3elgium 


1 


Canada 


S 


Colombia 


1 


Greece 


h 


India 


1 


Korea 


1 


Italy 


1 


Portugal ■'■ 


3 


Trinidad - 


1 


¥, Indies 


1 


Syria 


1 


TOTAL 


20 


BLACKSTONE 




Italy 


3 


Korea 


l 


TOTAL 


h 



B OXFORD 
Barbados 
China 
TOTAL- 



1 
1 



BOYLSTON 




Canada 


1 


India 


$ 


Italy 


3 


Korea 


2 


Spain 


1 


TOTAL 


12 



BRADFORD 
Germany 
Philippines 
TOTAL 



BRIDGEWATER 



1 

1 

T 



BRAIFTREE 




Australia 


1 . 


Canada 


h 


China 


. 1 


England 


6 


India 


2 


Italy 


3 


Japan 


1 


Korea 


2 


So. Africa 


l : 


Thailand 


i ...... 


TOTAL 


22 - 



Canada 


5 


China 


1 


England 


2 


Netherlands 


1 


N. Zealand 


1 


Philippines 


3 


Portugal 


53 


Scotland 


2 


Thailand 


1 


Vietnam 


1 


TOTAL 


70 



BOSTON PROPER 



ALLSTON 

Australia 

Barbados 

Bulgaria 

Canada 

Chile 

China 

Colombia 

Cuba 

Costa Rica 

Dom Rep 

Ecuador 

§gyi?t 



BOSTON 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

ko 

7 

12 

2 

k 
1 
2 



Albania 


1 


Algeria 


3 


Antigua 


2 


Argentina 


15 


Australia 


7 


Austria 


3 


Bahames 


1 


Barbados 


2h 


Belgium 


1 


Bermuda 


10 


Brazil 


k 


Canada 


k2 


China 


202 


Colombia 


18 


Costa Rica 


9 


Cuba 


13 


C z echo slo vakL a 


2 


Denmark 


3 


Dom Rep 


10 


Ecuador 


k 


Egypt 


18 


EL Salvador 


k 


England 


56 


France-.',. 


15 


Germany 


15 


Greece 


87 


Guatemala 


5 


Guyana 


11 


Haiti 


kh 


Honduras 


19 


Hong Kong 


k9 


India 


83 


Indonesia 


1 


Iran 


3 


Iraq 


5 


Israel 


6 



Greece 29 

Guatemala 2 

Honduras 1 

Hong Kong 13 

India 3 

Italy 5 

Korea 1 

N Zealand 1 

Panama 1 

Russia 1 

Romania 1 

Spain 1_ 

TOTAL 132 



Ireland Ik 

Italy 233 

Jamaica 85 

Japan 7 

Korea 21 

Lebanon 8 

Lithuania 1 

Mexico 9 

Montserrat 3 
Netherlands 7 

N Zealand 8 

Nigeria 1 

Pakistan 18 

Panama 8 

Peru- 1 

Phil Ik 

Poland 7 

Portugal 5 

Russia 3 

Scotland 1 

So Africa k 

Spain 6 

Sweden 2 

Switz 11 

Syria 1 

Taiwan 1 

Thailand 9 

Tog ago 1 

Trinidad 109 

Turkey 8 

Uruguay 1 

Venezuela 2 

Vietnam k 

Wales 2 

W Indies 8 

Yugo slavia 3_ 

TOTAL HS2" 



BRIGHTON 

Canada 

Chile 

China 

Colombia 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Ecuador 

Sgypt 

Germany 

Greece 

Guatemala 

Hong Kong 

Libya 

India 



16 
2 
8 
6 
2 
2 

10 
2 

1* 

11* 
2' 

12 
2 
5 



Ireland 

Iraq 

Italy 

Mexico 

Netherlands 

Peru 

Philippines 

Spain 

Thailand 

Trinidad 

Tunisia 

Turkey 

Uruguay 

Vietnam __ 

TOTAL 



CHARLESTON 

Canada 

Egypt 

France 

Germany 

India 



2 

1 
1 

1 
1 



Italy 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Vietnam 

Scotland 

TOTAL 



DORCHESTER 



k 
8 

62 

2 

k 
2 

it 
8 
2 
2 
2 

9 
2 
2 



200 



6 

1 

3 

1 

1 

lB" 



Bahamas 


1 


Hungary 


1 


Barbados 


k9 


India 


1 


Brazil 


3 


Iran 


1 


Canada 


k 


Ireland 


. Ik 


China 


2 


Italy 


11 


Colombia 


6 


Jamaica 


200 


Costa Rica 


5 


Korea 


1 


Cuba 


2 


Liberia 


1 


Denmark 


1 


Mexico 


1 


Dom Rep 


11 


Montserrat 


33 


Sgypt 


1 


Panama 


3 


Ecuador 


1 


Peru 


1 


England 


27 


Philippines 


8 


Finland 


1 


Poland 


19 


Germany 


2 


Portugal 


20 


Greece 


8 


So Africa 


1 


Guatemala 


1 


Thailand 


1 


Guyana 


1 


Trinidad 


67 


Haiti 


Ikl 


W Indies 


5 


Honduras 


19 


Vietnam 


2 






TOTAL 


683" 


EAST BOSTON 








Canada 


3 


Portugal 


1 


Costa Rica 


1 


Venezuela 


1 


Italy 


la 


TOTAL 


w 



'■**. 


i 




BOSTON 


PROPER 








HIDE PARK 
















Argentina 




k Poland 


1 


ROSLEJDALE 








Bolivia 




3 Philippines 1 


ArgentSTa" 


k 


Japan 


1 


Canada 




3 Portugal 


1 


Canada 


k 


Lebanon 


3 


Greece 




7 Thailand 


2 


Egypt 


1 


Pakistan 


2 


Italy 


32 Turkey 


1 


Germany 


1 


Philippines 


3 


India 




3 




Greece 


55 


Russia 


1 






TOTAL 


"- 58 


Ireland 


h 


Sweden 


1 






- 


- 


Italy 


Uo 


Vietnam 
TOTAL 


1 




121 


JAMAICA PLAIN 
















BARBADOS 


6 


Ireland 


2 










Canada 


8 


Italy 


36 










Chile 


2 


Jamaica 


12 


ROXBURY 








China 


6 


Lebanaon 


1 


Albania 


l 


Jamaica 


79 


Colombia 


26 


Libya 


1 


Antigua 


l 


Lebanon 


31 


Cuba 


18 


Nicaragua 


1 


Barbados 


25 


Mexico 


1 


Dom Rep 


8 


Pakistan 


1 


Canada 


3 


Montserrat 


6 


Ecuador 


Ik 


Palestine 


2 


China 


2 


Pakistan 


1 


Egypt 


2 


Panama 


2 


Colombia 


7 


Panama 


5 


El Salvador 


12 


Philippines 1 


Costa Rica 


8 


Paraguay 


l 


England 


8 


Poland 


1 


Dom ' Rep 


2 


Philippines 


2 


Greece 


20 


Portugal 


h 


England 


h 


Portugal 


71; 


Guatemala 


16 


Singapore 


2 


Germany 


3 


Rhodesia 


1 


Hong Kong 


2 


So Africa 


1 


Guatemala 


3 


Scotland 


1 


Honduras 


2 


Spain 


h 


Greece 


27 


So Africa 


2 


India 


18 


Thailand 


1 


Guatemala 


1 


Trinidad 


S9 


Iraq 


2 


Vietnam 


1 


Guyana 


h 


Turkey 


1 






¥ Indies 


2 


Haitia 


k2 


Russia 


3 






TOTAL 


235 


Honduras 


39 


Vietnam 


1 










Italy 


12 


¥ Indies 


12 






- 








TOTAL 




MATTAPAN 
















Barbados 


9 Ireland 


1 










Canada 


3 


Jamaica 


38 


SO BOSTON 








China 


1 Korea 


9 


Canada 




1 




Costa Rica 


3 Montserrat 


2 


Costa Rica 


1 




England 


13 Nigeria 


1 


Greece 




1 




Greece 


3 


Panama 


1 


Mexivo 


1 




Guatemala 


1 


Syria 


1 


Trinidad 


1 




Haiti 


& 


PORTUGAL 


h 


TOTAL 




5 




Honduras 


1 


Turkey 


2 










Italy 


h 


Trinidad 
Itf Indies 


26 
3 






*~i^*^ ■"" ■? ■ ^^*r^ 








TOTAL 


"182 






SGMMfiRY 














Pages 1 thru 28 




MILTON 










TRAM) TOTAL 13,981 


Ecuador 


1 


Ireland 


6 










Germany 


l 


Morocco 


1 


^HHBBBf^HHBttHS^-^ 


Greece 


7 


Philippines 


1 












TOTAL 


17 





Page 5 



BRExFIELD 



New Zealand 


2 


BRISTOL 




England 


1 


Portugal 


3 


TOTAL 


h 


BROCKTON 




Antigua 


l 


Argentina 


5 


Brazil 


3 


Canada 


22 


China 


1 


Colombia 


1 


Cuba 


3 


England 


2 


France 


1 


Germany- 


2 


Greece 


26 


Haiti 


1 


India 


1 


Ireland 


1 


Italy 


11 


Jamaica 


1 


Japan 


2 


Korea 


1 


Lebanon 


h 


Mexico 


2 


Norway- 


1 


Pakistan 


3 


Polanfl 


1 


Portugal 


k2 


Switzerland 


2 


Syria 


3 


Trinidad 


1 


Venezuela 


1 


TOTAL 


Ui5 


BROOKFIELD 





England 



BROOKLME 

Bolivia 

Canada 

China 

Colombia 

Egypt 

England 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Haiti 

Honduras 

Hong Kong 

Hungary 

India 

Iran 

Iraq 

Ireland ■■: 

Israel 

Jamaica 

Japan . 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Mexico' 

New Zealand 

Peru 

Poland 

Portugal 

So Africa 

Spain : 

Taiwan 

Trinidad 

Turkey 

TOTAL 



BURLBTGTQN 

Albania 

Canada 

Chile 

China 

Ecuador 

England 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

India 

Ireland 

Italy 

Jamaica 

Japan 

Norway 

Philippines 

P rtugal 

TOTAL 



h 

23 
2* 
3 
3 
9 
1 
1 

Xh 
3 
2 
2 
1 
8 
1 
1 
3 

. 5 
$ 
3 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 

2 

IE 



i 

5 

i 

2 
2 

1 
2 
2 
5 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
36 



Page 6 



BOURNE 



China 
France 


1 
1 


> 




UAidVl^ll. 


- 


Canada 


1 - 


England 
Portugal 


1 
1 






Jamaica 
TOTAL 


2 


3 


TOTAL 


1* 


_ 












CHARLTON 




CAMBRIDGE 
Albania 


2 


India 


29 


Italy 


1 


Antigua 


1* 


Iraq 


1 






Argentina 


11 


Ireland 


8 






Australia 


u 


Israel 


1 


CHATHAM 




Austria 


2 


Italy 


39 


England 


1 


Barbados 


28 
2 


Jamaica 
Japan 


30 
9 


Japan 

TOTAL 


1 


Belguim 


2 


Bermuda 


1 


Korea 


3 




/ 


Canada 


23 


Lebanon 


2 


CHELSEA 




Colombia 
China 


6 

26 


N.Zealand 
Nicaragua 


1 
3 - 


Argentina 
Colombia 


1 
2 


Costa Rica 


2 


Norway 


2 


Cuba 


1 


Cuba 


2 


Pakistan 


9 


England 


h 


Czechoslovakia 


1 


Panama 


1 . 


Guatemala 


1 


Dom Rep 


10 


Peru 


$ ' 


Italy 


25 


Egypt 


5 


Phil. 


1 


Korea 


3 


England 


17 


Portugal 


379 


Mexico 


1 


Finland 


2 


Russia 


2 


Peru 


1 


Germany 


6 


Scotland 


2 


Philippines 


1 


Greece 


52 


S.Africa 


5 


Polani 


1 


Guatemala 


1 


Spain 


l 


Portugal 


3 


Guyana 


2 


Switz • 


2 


Scotland 


2 


Haiti 


18 

1 


' Thailand 
Trinidad 


2 
5 


Thailand 
TOTAL 


h 


Honduras 


50 


Hungary 


2 


Turkey 
W* Indies 

TOTAL 


6 
h 








779 


CHELMSFORD 






Canada 


b 










Egypt 


3 


CANTON 








England 


1 


Greece 


2 






Greece 


4 


Honduras 


1 






Ireland 


1 


Italy 


3 






Italy 


l 


P rtugal 


1 






Japan 
Jamaica 


1 


TOTAL 


7 




1 










Korea 


2 


CARLISLE 








Portugal 


3 


Australia 


1 






Turkey 


1 


Germany 
Iran 


1 
2 






Vidtnam 


1 






TOTAL 


23 


Korea 


1 










So» Africa 


1 










TOTAL 


6 






CHILMARK 





Canada 



Page 7 



CHICOPEE 

Canada 

China 

England 

Germany 

Greece 

Ireland 

Jamaica 

Japan 

Iforocco 

Poland 

Portugal 

Switzerland 

Thailand 

Turkey 

TOTAL 



16 
2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2U 
29 
1 
2 
1 



m 



DAiTVERS 

Italy 
Korea 

Philippines 
Turkey 

TOTAL 



Canada 



DEE-tFIELD 
Poland 



2 

6 
2 

3 

1 



CLINTON 

China 

Cuba 

England 

Greece 

Italy 

El Salvador 

Poland 

TOTAL 



1 
1 
3 
2 
h 
2 
1 



111 



DARTIiOUTH 

Brazil 

Canada 

England 

Germany . 

Haiti 

Jamaica 

Portugal 

Sweden 

TOTAL 



5 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
37 
JL 

U9 



COHASSET 

Italy 

Honduras 

Philippines 

TOTAL 



COImCOED 

Austria 

Canada 

China 

Denmark 

England 

Italy 

Ireland 

Jamaica 

Spain 

TOTaL 



3 
1 
1 

7 



i 

i 
i 

2 
2 
2 

5 

l 
l 

16~ 



DEDHAI-I 

Canada 

England 

Greece 

India 

Ireland 

Italy 

Jamaica 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Singapore 

Uruguay 
Venezuela 

TOTAL 



1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
9 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
27 



Page 8 



DIGHTON 




EA5THAMPT0N 
Brazil 


1 




Colombia 


1 


Canada 


1 




Canada 


1 
k 


Poland 
TOTAL 


3 




England _ 


5 




TOTAL 










EASTQH 






DHACUT 




Canada 


1 




Canada 


1 


China 


2 




India 


1 


H nduras 


1 




Pliilippines 


2 

1 


Switzerland 

TOTAL 


1 




Portugal 


5 




TOTAL 


5 


ESSEX 
Canada 


1 




DOVE:.! 


3 


Jamaica 

TOTiLL 


1 




England 


2 




Finland 


1 








Prance 


3 








Greece 


1 








Korea 


1 


EVEIIETT 






Jamaica 


2 


Canada 


1 




TOTAL 


11 


Colombia 
Germany 
India 
Italy- 


1 

2 

1 

lOlt 




DUDLEY 




Korea 


2 




Canada 


2 


Lebanon 


1 




Germany- 


2 


Russia 


1 




Greece 


2 


Thailand 


1 




Italy 


1 


Trinidad 


1 




Israel 


1 


¥• Indies 

Turkey 

TOTAL 


1 
1 




TOTAL 


8 






117 




DUmjRY 




FAluHAVBN 






Bermuda 


1 


Costa Rica 


1 




England 


2 


ilong kong 


1 




Germany 


1 


Korea 


1 




India 


1 

3 


Portugal 
TOTAL 


k 




Jamaica 


7 




Ihailand 


1 








TOTAL 


9 








fakvieej 










Ireland 


1 





Page 9 



FALMOUTH 




FOXBORO 






Australia 


1 


Cuba 


3 




Brazil 


2 


Germany 


1 




Canada 


3 


Greece 


1 




China 


2 


India 


1 




England 


3 


Korea 


1 




Ireland 


1 


Spain 


1 




Jamaica 


2 


TOTAL 


8 




Japan 


1 








Jordan 


1 








Mexico 


1 








Morocco 


1 


FRAMINGHAM 






Panama 


1 


Brazil 


1 




Pakistan 


1 


Canada 


7 




Portugal 


29 


Costa Rica 


1 




Scotland 


1 


England 


1 




Vietnam 


1 


France 


1 




TOTAL 


51 


Greece 
Haiti 
India 
Ireland 


3 

1 

7 

12 




FALL RIVER 




Israel 


2 




Brazil 


6 


Italy 


9 




Canada 


3 


Jamaica 


2 




China 


5 


Korea 


2 




Egypt 


$ 


Nicaragua 


1 




England 


1 


Pakistan 


1 




Hong Kong 


1 


Palestine 


1 




Italy 


1 


Poland 


1 




Japan 


1 


Portugal 


13 




Korea 


1 


Scotland 


1 




Philippines 


1 


Spain 


1 




Portugal 


90S 


Thailand 


1 




Vietnam 


1 


Turkey 
Yugoslavia 

TOTAL 


k 

1 




TOTAL 


9U2 






in 




FITCHBURG 




FRANKLIN 






Canada 


9 


Canada 


$ 




England 


2 


Germany 


i 




Finland 


3 


Jamaica 


i 




Greece 


k 


Korea 


2 




Ireland 


2 


Lebanon 


2 




India 


$ 


Poland 


3 




Italy 


6 

1 


Vietnam 
TOTAL 


1 




Jamaica 


15 




Japan 


1 








Jordan 


1 








Korea 


1 


FREETOWN 






Pakistan 


1 


Canada 


10 




Portugal 


2 








Thailand 


3 








Uruguay 


1 




. 




TOTAL 


U3 





Page 10 



GARDNER 




GREENFIELD 




Canada 


9 


Australia 


1 


Ecuador 


1 


' Canada 


1 


Germany 


2 


■ ' Korea 


3 


Greecw 


1 


Syria 


1 


Mexico 


1 
3 


Philippines 
TOTAL 


1 


Philippines - 


7 


Portugal 


$ 






TOTAL 


22 








GROTON 








Germany 


3 






Honduras 


1 


GLOUCESTER 




Ireland 


2 


Canada 


13 

1 


Rhodesia 
TOTAL 


1 


China 


7 


England 


2 






Germany 


2 






Greece 


2 


HADLSY 




Italy 


99 


Canada - 


1 


Portugal 


19 


China 


1 


Russia 
So Africa 


1 
1 


Germany 
Haiti 


2 

1 


Wales 


1 


India 


1 


TOTAL 


lid 


6 






TOTAL 


GRAFTON 




HAMILTON 




France 


l 


Canada 


1 


Greece 


6 


China 


1 


Jamaica 


1 


England 


3 


Philippines 


k 


India 


1 


So Africa 


1 


Iraq 
Ireland 


1 


TOTAL 


13 


1 


;-.- 




Spain 


2 






Thailand 
TOTAL 


1 




11 


GREAT BARRINGTON 








Colombia 


1 






Ecuador 


1 


HAMPDEN 




England 


1 


Canada 


h 


Philippines 


1 


China 


1 


Portugal 


h 


Germany 


1 


TOTAL 


a 


TOTAL 
HAMPTON 


6 


GRANITEVILLE 




Canada 


2 



China 



HANSON 



UXUUiJJX 


2 

1 
1 
1 
1 


China 
Italy 
TOTAL 


1 :i-, 
5 v 


Canada 

Ecuador 

Mexico 

Panama 

Portugal 


6 


TOTAL 


6 





Page 11 



HARDING 
India . 


1 


HITOHAM 
Brazil 


1 


Philippines 


1 


Canada 

China 

Greece 


8 
1 
h 


TOTAL 


2 




: ' 


Italy 


2 






Japan 


1 


HARWICH 




Jamaica 


1 






Poland 


1 


En gland 


1 

| 


Panama 


1 


Canada 


h 


Peru 


1 


Ireland 


1 


Sweden 


$ 


Korea 

Mexico : 
Portugal 


1 

1 
1 


Vietam 
TOTAL 


1 


27 


TOTAL 


9 




HARWICK 




HOLBRCOK 
Canada 


1 


E&gland 


3 


England 


2 


Canada 


1 


Greece 


2 


Portugal 


8 


Germany 
Jamaica 


1 


TOTAL 


12 


2 






Korea 


1 






Spain 


1 




2 


Vietnam 
TOTAL 


1 


Harvard 


11 



HANOVER 




Thailand 


1 


HAVERHILL 




Belgium 


1 


Canada 


2 


China 


5 


Dom Rep 


B 


Egypt 


'3 


Germany 


2 


Greece 


53 


Honduras 


k 


Hong Kong 


1 


Ireland 


1 


Italy 


7 


Japan 


2 


Korea 


2 


Netherlands 


h 


Poland 


1 


Romania 


1 


Russia 


3 


Turkey 


1 


TOTAL 


90 



HOLDEN 



Belgium 


2 


Canada 


2 


China 


1 


England 


1 


Germany 


2 


Korea 


1 


Pakistan 


2 


Scotland 


2 


Thailand 


2 


TOTAL 


15 


HOLLISTON 




Canada 


h 


China 


1 


England 


2 


Germany 


1 


Italy 


1 


Korea 


1 


TOTAL 


10 



Page 12 



HOLYOKE 
Brazil 
Canada 
Colombia 
England 
Germany- 
Greece 
India 
Ireland 
Jamaica 
Korea 
Nicaragua 
Poland 
Portugal 
Switzerland 
Thailand 
TOTAL 



HOPEDALE 



2 
7 
23 
2 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

11 
1 
2 



IPSWICH 

Canada 

Greece 

Ireland 

TOTAL 



KBTGSTON 
Canada 
England 
Germany- 
Greece 
Jamaica 
Korea 

Netherlands 
Portugal 
TOTAL 



5 
7 

13 



1 
2 

1 

k 

1 
1 

1 
3 



Canada 



HOPKIFTON 

Canada 

England 

Korea 

TOTAL 



HUDSON 



1 
2 

1 

T 



Brazil 


3 


Canada 


5 


Chile 


1 


England 


1 


Korea 


1 


Portugal 


211; 


Thailand 


1 


Vietnam 


2 


TOTAL 


2 28 


HULL 




Canada 


1 


China 


1 


Colombia 


18 


Italy 


16 


Korea 


1 


Poland 


1 


Portugal 


2 


TOTAL 


kO 



LANCASTER 
Bermuda 
Canada 
England 
Germany- 
Guyana 
Jamaica 
Portugal 
Sweden 
TOTAL 



LAKE7ILLE 



India 

Portugal 

TOTAL 



LANESBORO 
France 



LEE 

Austria 

Canada 

Jamaica 

Russia 

Scotland 

TOTAL 



1 
8 

3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
19 



1 
12 
13 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

T 



Page 13 



LAWRENCE 




LEOMINSTER 


. - 




Argentina 


1 


Canada 


16 




Barbados 


1 


England 


1 




Brazil 


h 


Finland 


1 




Canada 


1*6 


Germany 


2 




China 


2 


Greece 


1 




Cuba 


17 


Iceland 


1 


1 


Dom Rep 


83 


Italy 


5 




Ecuador 


22 


Korea 


3 




Germany 


6 
3 


New Zealand 


1 




Greece 


TOTAL 


31 




Guatemala 


6 








Honduras 


1 








Hong Kong 


2 








Hungary 


1 


LEXBIGTON 






India 


1 


Australia 


1 




Italy 


U7 


Argentina 


1 




Jamaica 


2 


Barbados 


1 




Lebanon 


.,- 6 


Canada 


$ 




Mexico 


1 


Chile 


■".-. 3 




Palestine 


1 


China 


$ 




Poland 


2 


Colombia 


- 1 




Portugal 


13 


Czechoslovakia 


h 




Russia 


1 


England 


7 




Spain 


2 


Finland 


' 6 




Switzerland 


k 


France 


.: 1 




Thailand 


2 


Germany 


. 2 




Turkey 


1 


Greece 


2 




Venezuela 


1 


India 
Ireland 


5 
7 




TOTAL 


279 








Korea 


2 








Pakistan 


1 








Peru 


k 




LEICESTER 




Philippines 


: ii 




England 


1 


Portugal 


2 




Germany 


1 


Scotland 


1 




Jamaica 


1 


Spain 


6 




Korea 


1 


Sweden 
Trinidad 


1 

1 




TOTAL 


h 




s 




Turkey 
TOTAL 


2 




v 


75 




LE^OX 




T 






Canada . 


1 


LINCOLN 






C zecho Slovakia 


1 


Canada 


1 - 




France 


1 


China 


1 




Germany 


1 


India 


2 




Korea 


1 


Ireland 
Korea 


2 

1 




TOTAL 


% 








Jamaica 


5 






TOTAL 


12 





Page 1U 



LITTLETON 




LUDLOW 




China 


1 


Canada 


1 


England 
Ireland 


2 
2 


Philippines 
Poland 


2 
3 


Korea 

Lebanon 

Vietnam 


1 

k 

1 


Portugal 


97 


TOTAL 


103 


TOTAL 


11 








LUNENBURG 




LONGMEADOW 

Greece 

India 


3 
5 


England 

India 

Pakistan 


2 

1 

1 


TOTAL 


k 


Italy 


13 






Jamaica 


h 






Panama 


3 






Philippines 


1 


LYNN 
Australia 




TOTAL 


29 


2 






Barbados 


1 






Canada 


6 


LOWELL 




China 


2 


BEazil 


3 


Costa Rica 


1 


Canada 


10 


Dom Rep 


7 


China 


2 


England 


21 


Chile 


1 


Greece 


209 


Cuba 


2 


Haiti 


2 


Colombia 


5 


Hong Kong 


1 


Dom Rep 


1 


Hungary 


1 


Ecuador 


1 


Ireland 


1 


France 


1 


Italy 


26 


Germany 


2 


Jamaica 


6 


Greee-e 


6h 


Japan 


1 


India 


8 


Korea 


1 


Iran 


2 


Mexico 


1 


Ireland 


2 


New Zealand 


1 


Jamaica 


7 


Panama 


1 


Japan 


2 


Philippines 


1 


Korea 


2 


Peru 


1 


Lebanon 


7 


Poland 


a 


Nigeria 


1 


Russia 


2 


Pakistan 


1 


Scotland 


7 


Panama 


1 


Thailand 


2 


Poland 


3 


Trinidad 


3 


Portugal 


251 


Tunisia 


1 


Russia 


1 


Turkey 


3 


Spain 


2 


Vietnam 


1 


Syria . . 


2. 

2 


Wales 
TOTAL 


1 


Thailand 


317 


Venezuela 


1 






W, Indies 


2 






Wales 


1 






TOTAL 


390 





Page 15 



LYNNFIEL D 
_Ganada 
El Salvador 
India 
TOTAL 



MALDEN 
Algeria 
Brazil 
Canada 
China 
France 
Greece 
Guyana 
Haiti 
India 
Iran 
Ireland 
Italy- 
Philippines 
Portugal 
Syria 
Yugoslavia 
Wales 
TDTAL 



2 

1 
5 



8 



1 
3 
7 

1 
1 
6 
1 

1 
1 

72 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



MARLBORO 




Canada 


13 


England 


2 


Germany 


2 


Greece 


7 


Hong Kong 


2 


Hungary 


1 


India 


2 


Iraq 


1 


Italy . 


$ 


Jamaica 


1 


Japan 


2 


Korea 


1 


Netherlands 


1 


Pakistan 


1 


Portugal 


1 


Romania 


1 


Taiwan 


1 


Syria 


1 


TOTAL 


U5 



109 



MARION 

Germany 

Greece 

Trinidad 

TOTAL 



1 

1 
1 



MANSFIELD 

Canada 

England 

Portugal 

Spain 

TOTAL 



1 
1 

k 

1 



HARSHFIELD 

Canada 

England 

Vietnam 

Yugoslavia 

TOTAL 



1 
2 
1 
2 

T 



MANCHESTER 

Canada 

France 

Korea 

Ireland 

TOTAL 



MARBLEHEAD 

Canada 

England 

Honduras 

India> 

Ireland 

TOTAL 



1 
2 

2 



10 



3 

2 

3 

1 

1 

To 



MATTAPOISET 
China 
Portugal 
TOTAL 

MABjAHD 

Australia 

Barbados 

Canada 

Italy 

India 

TOTAL 



1 
h 

T 



2 

1 

b 

l 



Page 16 



MEDFIELD 




MONTEREY 




Canada 


2 


Ecuador 


1 


England 


2 






India 


k 






Italy 


6 






Korea 


3 


NANTUCKET 




Scotland 


1 


Antigua 
Canada 


1 


TOTAL 


"18 - 


2 






France 


2 






Greece 


1 






Trinidad 


1 


MILFORD 


TOTAL 


7 


Canada 


1 






China 


1 






Costa Rica 


3 






England 


1 


NAHANT 




Germany 


1 


Canada 


1 


Italy 


32 


Guatemala 


1 


Jamaica 


1 


India 


1 


Korea 


2 


Ireland 


h 


Portugal 


29 

1 


Iran 


1 


Syria 


TOTAL 


h 


TOTAL 


72 








HATICK 




MILLBURY 




Argentina 


1 


England 


1 


Canada 


2 






Germzay 


2 






Greece 


h 






Italy 


12 


MILLER FALLS 




Jamaica 


3 


Canada 


1 


Korea 


2 


Germany 


h 


Philippines 


1 


Poland 


1 


Thailand 


1 


Scotland 


2 


Vietnam 
Yugoslavia 


1 


TOTAL 


8 


2 




TOTAL 


31 



MILLIS 



England 

Korea 

Netherlands 


2 
1 

1 


HEDWAY 
Canada 
England 


h 

1 


TOTAL 


k 


TOTAL 


i 


MIDDLEFIELD 








Japan 


1 


MERRIMAC 
England 
Germany 
TOTAL 


1 


MIDDLETON 


6 



Canada 



Page 17 



MEDFOHD 




NEEDHAM 




Argentina 


i ;. 


Barbados 


1 


Barbados 


3 


Canada 


2 


Bolivia 


. 1 


China 


h 


Canada 


7 


Chile 


1 


China 


5 


Germany 


1 


Colombia 


1 , : - 


Greece 


2 


England 


3, 


India 


3 


Greece 
Haiti ; 


U 

2 


Italy 
Iran 


3 

\ 1 


India 


1 


Korea 


1 


Ir aland 


1 


Lebanon 


1 


Italy 
Jamaica 


6k 

6 ..-, 


Philippines 
Romania 


. 1 
1 


Japan 


1 r 


Thailand 


1 


Korea 


1- . 


Trinidad 


. 2 


Philippines 


2 

9 ' 


Vietnam 
TOTAL 


1 


Portugal 


26 


Switzerland 


1 




"... 


Thailand 


1 






TOTAL .; 


ill! 




" " - ';- . 


," - ~ 


Vffl BEDFORD 








Brazil 


13 


MELROSE 




Canada 


2 


Canada 


3 


China 


1 


China 


1 • 


Colombia 


3 


England 


3 


England 


2 


Germany 


2 


Greece 


k 


India ■ 


■ 5 


Ireland 


■ r 1 


Italy 


7,'-,- ■ 


Jamaica 


h 


Korea; 


i ::•• 


Japan 


2 


Mexico 


3 


Poland 


1 


Netherlands 


1 


Portugal 


1|21 


Switzerland 


2 


So Africa 


13 


Thailand 


2 
3 


Venezuela 
TOTAL 


1 


Turkey 


U6« 


TOTAL 


33 






c 




NEWBURXPORT 


i .. 


METHUM 




Austria 


i 


Canada 


9 


Canada 


2 


Greece "" 


3 


England 


1 


Hong Kong 


1 


France 


1 


India 


h 


Greece 


3 


Ireland 


l 


Italy 


- .1* 


Italy 


q. • 8 


Jamaica 


' k 


Japan' 


v2 


Korea 


k 


Lebanon 


3 
,1 


Switzerland 
TOTAL 


1 


Philippines 


9 


Poland 


a,. 






Portugal 


23 






Thailand 


1 






TOTAL 


58 





Page 18 



NEWTON 



Argentina 


2 


Australia 


3 


Barbados 


3 


Canada 


13 


Chile 


1 


China 


2 


Cost Rica 


2 


Cuba 


1 


Dom Rep 


1 


Egypt 


2 


England 


6 


France 


2 


Germany 


1 


Greece 


Hi 


Guatemala 


l 


Hong Kong 


k 


India 


h 


Iran 


h 


Ireland 


2 


Israel 


2 


Italy 


68 


Jamaica 


8 


Japan 


3 


Korea 


6 


Lebanon 


3 


Norway 


2 


Peru 


1 


Philippies 


1 


Poland 


1 


Portugal 


1 


Russia 


1 


Scotland 


1 


So Africa 


h 


Sweden 


2 


Switzerland 


1 


Syria 


u 


Thailand 


1 


Trinidad 


6 


Turkey 


3 


Venezuela 


3 


W # Indies 


2 


Yugoslavia 


1 


TOTAL 


193 


NORFOLK 




Canada 


1 


NORTHAMPTON 





NORTH ADAMS 




Bermuda 


1 


Canada 


1 


Cuba 


2 


England 


h 


Honduras 


h 


India 


6 


Japan 


1 


New Zealand 


3 


Philippines 


1 


Poland 


1 


TOTAL 


~w 


NORTHBOROUGH 




Canada 


h 


China 


l 


Cuba 


l 


FeancB 


i 


Jamaica 


3 


Korea 


1 


Netherlands 


1 


Sweden 


1 


TOTAL 


13 


NORTHAMPTON 




England 


2 


India 


3 


Germany 


1 


Korea 


1 


Romania 


2 


Spain 


1 


Poland 


2 


TOTAL 


12 



NORTHBRIDGE 



Antigua 



England 
Ireland 
Syria 


1 
1 
2 


TOTAL 


k 


NORTHFIELD 

Australia 

Canada 

Cuba 

Germany 

Korea 


1 

3 

1 
1 
2 


TOTAL 


S 



Page 19 



NORWELL 




PAX TON 






Canada 


2 


Argentina 


3 




Honduras 


1 


Poland 

TOTAL 

• 


1 




TOTAL 


3 


h 








PEABODI 






NORWOOD 




Australia 


2 




Argentina 


2 


Brazil 


1 




Austria 


3 


Canada 


1 




Canada 


k 


Dom Rep 


26 




Egypt 


1 


Ecuador 


1 




Germany 


2 


England 


1 




Greece 


h 




Greece 


19 




India 


5 


Ireland 


1 




Ireland 


h 


Italy 


2 




Italy 


18 


Korea 


1 




Japan 


1 


Norway 


1 




Philippines 


1 


Poland 


1 




Portugal 


114 


Portugal 


120 




Spain 


2 


Scotland 
Thailand 


2 




TOTAL 


61 








Turkey 


3 








W. Indies 
TOTAL 


1 






2i|ti 




NORTON 










Canada 


3 








Guatemala 


1 








Japan 


1 


PEMBROKE 






Portugal 


15 


Colombia 
England 


1 
1 




TOTAL 


20 








Ireland 


1 








Netherlands 


3 








Portugal 
TOTAL 


1 




ORANGE 


7 




Canada 


1 








France 


1 








Germany 


2 








Lithuania 


2 


PEPPERELL 
Canada 


5 




TOTAL 


6 








Colombia 
TOTAL 


1 






6 




OXFORD 










Greece 


1 


PETERSHAM 
Thailand 
Switzerland 
TOTAL 


1 
1 




PALIIDSR 


2 




Canada 


1 








Greece 


1 








Poland 


10 








Philippines 


k 








TOTAL 


16 





Page 20 



PITTSFIELD 




PHMCUTH. 




Austria 


1 


Bermuda 


1 


Brazil 


1 


Canada 


h 


Bolivia 


2 


Dom Rep 


1 


Canada 


1 


England 


l 


China 


k 


India 


7 


Denmark 


2 


Ireland 


1 


England 


6 


Israel 


1 


France 


1 


Korea 


3 


Germany- 


1 


Poland 


1 


Greece 


3 


Portugal 


20 


Indon§sia 


h 


Switzerland 


1 


India 


6 

1 


Vietnam 
TOTAL 


2 


Iran 


"TIT 


Italy 


27 






Japan 


1 






Jordan 


6 






Kenya 


2 


FROVINCETCMN 




Korea 


3 


England 


3 


Netherlands 


1 


Korea 


1 


Peru 


1 


Portugal 


3 


Philippines 


k 

2 


Switzerland 
TOTAL 


1 


Poland 


U 


Portugal 


10 






Russia 


1 






Scotland 


2 






Switzerland 


1 -v- 


QUBICY 




Vietnam 


1 


Argentina 


1 


Venezuela 


2 


Australia 


1 


W. Indies 


1 


Canada 


13 


TOTAL 


72 


China 


1 






Egjspt 


2 






England 


6 






Finland 


3 


PLAOTILLE 




Germany 


2 


France 


1 


Greece 


23 


Peru 


1 


India 


5 


Sweden 


1 


Ireland 

Italy . . 


k 


TOTAL 


3 


27 






Jamaica 


2 






Japan 


1 






Korea 


2 


PLIMPTON 




Philippines 


2 


Hong Kong 


1 


Pakistan 


1 


Peru 


1 


Poland 
Portugal 


1 


TOTAL 


2 


7 






Scotland 


2 






So Africa 


1 






Thailand 


1 






Turkey 


6 






Vietnam 
TOTAL 


2 




116 



Page 21 



RANDOLPH 
















Canada 


2 


Korea 


1 


ROCHESTER 




ROCKPORT 




England 
Greece 


1 
k 


Portugal 
Scotland 


1 


Ireland 
Jamaica 


1 


Japan 
Vietnam 


1 
1 


India 


1 


Syria 


3 


TOTAL 


6 


Uruguay 
TOTAL 


2 
k 


Israel 


1 


Trinidad 


1 






Japan 


1 


Turkey 


1 






ROWLEY 




■— • r- • ' 


TOTAL • 


21 


RUTLAND 












Canada 


2 


Brazil 


1 










England 


1 






RA3THAHAM 








Guatemala 


2 






Braizil 
Ireland 




3 

1 
1 




Korea 
Paraguay 


1 

6 


RUSSELL 




Philippines 






TOTAL 


12 


Philippines 


1 


Portugal 




8 












TOTAL 




13 












SALHI 
















Canada 


9 


Philippines 


1 










China 


2 


Poland 


3 


READING 








Costa Rica 


2 


Portugal 


3 


Canada 


10 


India 


1 • 


Dom Rep 


15 


Romania 


3 


China 


17 


Iran 


1 


Greece 


26 


Scotland 


1 


England 


3 


Israel 


1 


India 


1 


So Africa 


1 


France 


1 


' Italy 


1 


Jamaica 


1 


Trinidad 


2 


Germany 


3 
2 


Japan 
Korea 


3 
1 


Italy 
Lebanon 


2 

1 


- Turkey 


6 


Greece 


TOTAL 


79 


Hong kong 


k 


Thailand 


3 










Iceland 


2 


Venezuela 


1 






■ 






TOTAL 


ik . 












SAUGUS 












"' 


, 


Brazil 


1 


Hong kong 


1 










Canada 


3 


Italy 


5 


REVERE 








China 


3 


India 


1 


Camada 
Chile 


3 

1 


Italy 
Jamaica 


5U 

1 


England 


1 


Netherlands 


1 


• 




TOTAL 


16 ' 


Colombia 


1 


India 


2 






XW XXiJ-J 


JLw 


El Salvador 


1 


Hong Kong 


3 


r 








England 


5 


Philippines 


1 


SCITUATE 








Ireland 


U 


Switz. 

T T— n 


1 


England 


2 


Panama 


1 






Wales 
TOTAL 


1 
82 


— Germany 
Ireland 


2 

1 


Portugal 


25 




.., TOTAL 


31 


ROCKPORT 
















Australia 


2 


Ireland 


2 




.... 






Canada 


1 


Italy 


1 


SEEKONK 








Greece 


1 


Japan 


1 


Canada 


1 


Poland 


5 






Trinidad 


1 


Jamaica 


1 


Portugal 


23 






TOTAL 


9 


Japan 


1 -. 


Vietnam 


1 










Philippines 


1 


TOTAL 


33 



Page 22 



SHARON 



SOUTH HADLE2" 



Canada 


7 


Jamaica 


1 




Canada 


2 




England 


2 


Iraq 


1 










Germany 


1 
2 


Thailand 
TOTAL 


1 










India 


15 












SOUTHWICK 




SPENCER 












Canada 


1 


Germany 


1 










England 


7 


So Africa 


1 


SHFT.BOURNE FAI 


SHERBORN 




Ireland 


1 


Thailand 


1 


Canada 


2 

1 


Canada 
„. Czech 


1 
1 


Netherlands 
TOTAL 


1 
10 


Philippines 


1 


So Africa 


TOTAL 


h 


TOTAL 


3 


England 
Germany 
India 
Jamaica 


1 
1 
1 
1 


SOMERVILLE 












TOTAL 


6 


Argentina 


2 


Guyana 


1 










Austria 


1 


Haiti 


25 










Australia 


3 


India 


12 










Barbados 


9 


Ireland 


2 


SHREWSBURY 








Brazil 


h 


Italy 


128 


Canada 


2 


Italy 


8 


Canada 


lh 


Jamaica 


U 


England 


h 


Korea 


1 


China 


2 


Japan 


1 


France 


1 


Pakistan 


1 


Colombia 


2 


Jordon 


1 


India 


2 


Philippines 


1 


Costa Rica 


1 


Lebanon 


1 


Ireland 


1 


Yugoslavia 


3 


Czech. 


1 


Philippines 


2 






TOTAL 


2"S 


Ecuador 


3 


Portugal 


273 










EO. Salvador 


2 


Spain 


1 










Sgypt 


1 


Tunisia 


3 










England 


1 


Thailand 


1 


SHUTESBURY 




SOUIHBORO 




France 


2 


Vietnam 


1 


Korea 


1 


China 


1 


Germany 


9 


Mexico 


1 






England 


10 


Greece 


hO 


Morocco 


3 






Germany 


2 






Pakistan 


h 






Greece 


1 






TOTAL 


570 






Haiti 


5 










SOMERSET 




Nigeria 


1 


. SPRINGFIETD 








Canada 


1 


TOTAL 


20 


Argentina 


2 


Japan 


1 


Portugal 


23 






Barbados 


3 


Korea 


2 


Thailand 


1 






Canada 


13 


Mexico 


1 


TOTAL 


27 






China 


1 


Peru 


1 










Colombia 


1 


Philippines 


1 










Cuba 


3 


Poland 


h 










Dom Rep 


2 


Poetugal 


79 


SOUTHBRIDGE 








Egypt 


5 


Syria 


1 


A : 'oraia 


1 


Italy- 


2 


Greece 


8 


Switzerland 


1 


England 


1 


Japan 


1 


Guyana 


5 


Trinidad 


k 


"'■'T'^S^t^ ; 


7 


Korea 


1 

Hi 


. Indonesia 


1 


Turkey 


2 




1 


TOTAL 


Ireland 


2 


Vietnam 


1 










Italy 


60 


W. Indies 


1 










Jamaica 


15 


TOTAL 


220 


GRHIONT 




SOUTHFIELD 












tor 


1 


Korea 


1 


STERLING 
Germany 
Thailand 
TOTAL 


1 
1 

2 " 







Page 23 



ST0CKBR3DGE 










SHAilPSnOTT 








England 






h 




Canada 




2 Korea 


1 


Pakistan 






2 




England 




2 Nigeria 


1 


Scotland 
India 






1 
2 




Greece 

Guatemala 




6 Portugal 
2 Syria 


2 
3 


Poland 






1 




Israel 
Jamaica 




1 Thailand 

2 Vietnam 


1 


TOTAL 






10 


1 




TOTAL 


2k 


STONEHAH 




- 


STURBRIDGE 












Canada 




6 


Germany 


1 


TAUNTON 








China 




3 


Sweden 


1 


Brazil 


h 


Lebanon 


6 


Germany 




1 
1 


Syria 


1 


Canada 
England 


1 
2 


Netherlands 
Philippines 


1 


India 


TOTAL 


3 


1 


ir eland 




2 






Germany 


1 


Poland 


2 


Italy 


12 






Ireland 


1 


Portugal 


6U 


Jamaica 




1 

1 


SUFFOLK 
Italy 


5 


Italy 


3 


Spain 


1 


Japan 


TOTAL 


B7 


Korea 




1 














Philippines 




h 














TRINIDAD 


— : 


1 


SUNDERLAND 


1 


TELIPLETON 








TOTAL 


J3 


Australia 










Iceland 


1 


Portugal 


7 












Korea 


1 
















TOTAL 


3 










/' 










TB/IKSBUHT 








STOUGKTON 


- , ■ 








Canada 


1 


Poland 


1 


Bermuda 


i 




Netherlands 


1 


Korea 


2 


Philippines 


1 


China 


i 




Philippines 


k 


Ireland 


1 


So Africa 


1 


England 


2 




Portugal 


lUo 






TOTAL 


7 


Germany 


2 




Thailand 


l 










Japan 


1 
1 




Vietnam 


2 


' TIS3URY 




TOPSFIELD 




Korea 


TOTAL 


156 














Canada 


3 


Canada 


1 


, 










Portugal 


2 








STOWE 






TOTAL 


t 








Canada 


1 








1X>mSWD 


















Austria 


1 
















Canada 


1 


SUDBURY 










UXBRIDGE 




Germany 


1 


Australia 


1 




Francw 


3 


CANADA 


£ 


Jamaica 


1 


Canada 


2 

1 




Ireland 
Jamaica 


2 

1 


Poland 
TOTAL 


l 
3 


Japan 


1 


Denmark 


TOTAL 


5 


England 


1 




Japan 


1 










.-. 


TOTAL 


12 




SUTTON 






SWANSEA 












Canada 


3 




Portugal 


22 










England 


1 




Vietnam 


1 










India 


1 




TOTAL 


23 










Scotland 


1 
















TOTAL 


6 







Page 2k 



WAKEFIELD 
Argentina 
Canada 
England 
France 
Greece 
Germany- 
Ireland 
Italy- 
Japan 



WALPOLB 
Austria 
Canadal 
Ecuador 



WALTHAH 

Argentina 

Belgium 

Bermuda 

Canada 

Colombia 

China 

Cuba 

Czechoslovakia 

Ecuador 

El Salvador 

Egypt 

Englaad 

Greecw 

Guatemala 

Guyana 

Haiti 

Hong Kong 

Hungary 



3 

10 

k 
1 
1 

1 
1 
6 

1 



1 

5 

2 



3 
3 
1 
k2 
2 
2 
1 
1 

k 
1 
2 
12 
2 
2 
1 
9 
1 
3 



Jordan 

Korea 

Lebanon 

N.Zealand 

Paraguay 

Portugal 

Syria 

Trinidad 

Turkey 

TOTAL 



India 

Pakistan 

Spain 

Thailand 

TOTAL 



India 

Ireland 

Israel 

Italy 

Jamaica 

Japan 

N.Zealand 

Nigeria 

Pakistan 

Panama 

Peru 

Philippines 
Portugal 

Scotland 
So Africa 
Syria 

Vietnam 
TOTAL 



h 

1. 

1 

1 
2 
1 
8 
1 
2 
"55" 



3 
2 

3 
1 



17 



20 
2 
3 

31 

c 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



170 



WARE 
Antigua 
Germany 
Nicaragua 
Poland 
Switzerland 
TOTAL 



1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

T 



WAREHAH 
England 
Greece 
Japan 
Portugal 
TOTAL 



WATERTCWN 

Austria 

Belgium 

Canada 

Chile 

China 

Colombia 

Czechoslovakia 

Dom Rep 

Ecuador 

England 

France 

Germany 

Egypt 



WAYLAND 

Australia 

Bahamas 

Barbados 

Canada 

England 

France 

Germany 



WEBSTER 
Canada 
France 
Greece 



6 
1 

1 
k 



12 



1 
2 

£ 
1 
2 

3 
2 

1 
2 

3 

1 
1 
3 



WARREN 
Korea 

WARWICK 
Scotland 



Greece 

India 

Ireland 

Iran 

Iraq 

Italy 

Jamaica 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Syria 

Portugal 

Turkey 

TOTAL 



1 Italy 
1 Poland 
1 Thailand 

Yugoslavia 

TOTAL 



ho 

3 
2 

3 
2 

1 
1 
$ 

2 

2k 

25 
8 

10 



191 



1 


Greece 


3 


3 


India 


1 


3 


Indonesia 


2 


1 


Jamaica 


5 


3 


Ireland 


2 


2 


Mexico 


1 


1 


Netherlands 


1 




Trinidad 


2l 




TOTAL 


33 



2 
2 

1 

1 



Page 25 



WELLESLET 








WESTMINSTER 
Canada 


WESTPORT 
3 Brazil 


$ 


BARBADOS 
Canada 
Costa Rica 


L 
6 

1 


Guyana 

Honduras 

India 


3 
5 


Philippines 
TOTAL 


1 Canada 
Ij. England 
India 


1 
1 
1 


Sgypt 


1 


Ireland 


k 




fill tnUn 

ICorpa 


1 


England 


3 


Italy 


6 




Portugal 


17 


Germany 


2 


Jamaica 


5 




TOTAL 


26 


Greece 


1 


Japan 


1 








France 


2 


Korea 


5? 












¥ Indies 


1 • 


WESTON 


.i -^ 






TOTAL 


&:* 










' -. • ■ 


Canada 


3 Hungary 


2 








- 


Egypt 


1 India 


3 


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England 
Greece 


2 Kenya 

1 Netherlands 


1 
1 


Canada 


2 


Canada 


i 




TOTAL 


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Guatemala 


1 












Jamaica 


1 










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Trinidad 


2 


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TOTAL 


6 








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Ireland 1 


Korea 
Panama . • 
TOTAL ." 


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1 Greece 


2 
2 




2 Ireland 


1 












Korea 


1 


WESTBORO 


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Malaysia 
Sweden &■ 


1 
1 


Canada 


3 


Hungary 


i 




TOTAL 


9 


Colombia 


2 


Montserrat 


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Cuba 


1 


Pakistan 


i 








Germany 


2 


Thailand 


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TOTAL 


12 












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1 India 


1 










Canada 


11 Ireland 


1 










China 


1 Italy 


1 


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England 


1 Lebanon 


1 


Barbados 


2 


Korea 


1 


France 


1 Fnillipines 


8 


Canada 


6 


Poland 


2 


Germany 


3 • Uruguay 


1 


China 


3 


Portugal 


2 


Greece 


2 TOTAL 


33 


England 


3 


Pakistan 


1 








Hong Kong 


2 


Taiwan 


1 








India 


2 


Thailand 


2 


WHIE1AN 






Italy 


. 3 


Trinidad 


1 


Canada 
England 


1 India 
3 Japan 


2 




TOTAL 


3* 


1 






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Germany 


1 Pakistan 
TOTAL 


1 




9 


WEST NEWBURY 




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England 
Korea 


1 

1 


England 

Korea 

Phil* 


1 

3 

1 




WILLIAIISBURG 
China 3 
Netherlands 1 




TOTAL- 


2 








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1 


Brazil 


1 


Barbados 


2 


Greece 


3 


Guyana 


1 


China 


1 


Brazil 


1 


India 


1 


Korea 


1 


England 


5 


Canada 


6 


Ireland 


1 


Poland 


5 


France 


1 


Costa Rica 


2 


Italy 


15 






Hungary 


2 


Denmark 


1 


Switzerland 


3 


TOTAL 


tf 


India 


1 


Egypt 


1 


Thailand 


1 






Netherlands 


1 


England 
Germany 


1 
2 


Venezuela 
Korea 


k 




TOTAL 


12 


1 














Portugal 


15 














TOTAL 


60 


WILMBTGTON 




WINCHENDON 












Canada 


k 


Austria 


1 










Sgypt 


1 


Italy 


2 


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England 


2 


Ireland 


1 


Argentina 


2 


Ireland 


5 


Germany 


1 


Korea 


1 


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1 


Italy 


23 


Italy 


1 


Canada 


1 


Bolivia 


1 


Jamaica 


IS 


Trinidad 


1 
1 


England 


2 


Canada 
Chile 


11 
1 


Korea 
Lebanon 


9 


Vietnam 


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8 


3 


TOTAL 


11 






China 


k 


Mexico 


1 










Colombia 


3 


Pakistan 


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Cuba 


2 


Philippines 


11 


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Poland 


8 


Bolivia 


1 


Jamaica 


1 


Ecuador 


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7 


Canada 


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Lebanon 


1 


Egypt 


2 


Romania 


1 


China 


k 


Singapore 


1 


El Salvador 


1 


Scotland 


1 


England 


k 


Syria 


k 


England 


6 


So Africa 


1 


India 


2 


Thailand 


k 


France 


3 


Spain 


7 


Iraq 


5 


Turkey 


1 


Germany 
Greece 


2 
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Switz 
S^rria 


1 




TOTAL 


60 


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Hong Kong 


3 


Thailand 


7 










Haiti 


1 


Turkey 


3 










India 


26 


Vietnam 


1 


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1 


W Indies 


k 


Algeria 


1 


Colombia 


1 


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Yugoslavia 


2 


Canada 


3 


China 


1 






TOTAL 


312 


Ireland 


1 


Italy 


1 










Costa Rica 


1 


Jamaica 


1 










Egypt 


1 


Japan 


1 










England 


1 


Korea 


1 


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Greece 


h 


Mexico 


1 


Sweden 


1 


Portugal 


2 


Germany 


2 


Nicaragua 


1 






Vietnam 


2 


India 


1 


Portugal 
Russia 
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1 

2 

26 


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Canada 


2 


Greece 


3 










England 


1 


India 


1 




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Germany 


2 


Portugal 
Yugoslavia 
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2 

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